This collection currently consists of dissertations from San José State University's Ed.D. in Educational Leadership program.

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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Fiscal Transparency in the Era of California's Local Control Funding Formula: An Analysis of Funding Levels, Expenditures, and Student Achievement, Blanca Baltazar-Sabbah

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The African American/Black Racial Tapestry: Black Adolescents' Private, Independent School Experiences and Racial Identity Development, Angela R. Birts

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Professional Learning Community (PLC): Technology Integration at a Title I Elementary School, Pamela Lan Cheng

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Teachers' Perceptions on Preparedness and Supports to Implement the English Language Arts Common Core State Standards, Maria Clara Fernandez

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Standardized to Student-Centered: A Systemic Approach to Navigating the Transition, Finding Balance and Creating Equitable 21st Century Learning Environments, Betsy Fitch

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Exploring the Role of Mentor Teaching, Through a Co-Teaching Model, in Secondary Teachers’ Beliefs, Practices, and Self-Efficacy Toward English Learners: A Multiple-Case Study, Terry E. Flora

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Formative Assessment for Middle School Mathematics Instruction: An Evidence-based Approach to Evaluating Teacher Posing, Pausing, and Probing Moves, Carrie Lee Holmberg

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Exploring a School Culture and Climate Where Students Can FLOURISH: Using Focus Group Methodology to Capture Key Stakeholder Perceptions About School Culture and Climate in an Alternative Education High School., Michael Lee Paynter

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Motivation to Persist: The Role of Hope, Academic Self-Efficacy, and Sense of Belonging on First Generation Latinx College Students and Their Intent to Persist, Deanna Peck