Title

What Leadership Practices do Principals of Elementary Campuses Feel Influence Bilingual Programs?

Document Type

Dissertation

Degree Name

Doctor of Education (Ed.D)

Department

Higher Edu and Learning Technology

Date of Award

Fall 2020

Abstract

The researcher sought to identify which leadership practices elementary schools felt influence bilingual programs. A total of three research questions were presented to a minimum of 10 principal participants in the study. A qualitative case study was used to allow the researcher to explore the real-life experiences of principals and their understanding and perceptions of leadership in bilingual programs. Information was obtained through interviews and questionnaires. Data were collected from participants currently employed in various bilingual programs throughout Texas. Results are instrumental in the understanding of what leadership practices active principals felt had the most impact on bilingual programs and how they could be implemented to create more successful bilingual programs.

Advisor

Ava Muñoz

Subject Categories

Education | Higher Education

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