Educational Administration, Department of

 

Date of this Version

6-2020

Citation

Zuckerman, S.J. (2020). The Role of School Leaders in a Rural Cradle-to-Career Network. Theory and Practice in Rural Education. Vol. 10, No. 1, Pp. 73-91

https://tpre.ecu.edu/index.php/tpre/article/view/41/50

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Copyright 2020. Published by East Carolina University Library.

Abstract

Rural schools play central roles in their communities, and rural education scholars advocate for rural school-community partnerships to support school and community renewal. Across the United States, including in rural areas, formal models for school-community partnerships have been scaled up. The literature on rural principals highlights their roles in developing school-community partnerships, yet questions remain as to how school leaders engage in such partnerships. Using boundary-spanning leadership as a theoretical lens, this descriptive study examines the role of district and school leaders in a regional school-community partnership, including as founding members, champions of collaboration, cheerleaders for the partnership, and amplifiers of often excluded voices.

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