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Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning: Final Report of Research Findings
Seashore, Karen; Leithwood, Kenneth; Wahlstrom, Kyla; Anderson, Stephen (The Wallace Foundation, 2010)
 

Title 
Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning: Final Report of Research Findings

Issue Date
2010

Publisher
The Wallace Foundation

Type
Report

Abstract
Educational leadership can have strong, positive, although indirect, effects on student learning. The full report of our study—Learning from Leadership: Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning—provides evidence and analyses to substantiate this claim. As well, our study also unpacks how such leadership has these strong positive effects. Leaders in education—including state-level officials, superintendents and district staff, principals, school board members, teachers and community members enacting various leadership roles—provide direction for, and exercise influence over, policy and practice. Their contributions are crucial, our evidence shows, to initiatives aimed at improving student learning.

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Commissioned by the Wallace Foundation

Suggested Citation
Seashore, Karen; Leithwood, Kenneth; Wahlstrom, Kyla; Anderson, Stephen. (2010). Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning: Final Report of Research Findings. The Wallace Foundation. Retrieved from the University of Minnesota Digital Conservancy, http://purl.umn.edu/140885.


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