Planning and Changing provides a forum for the presentation of issues and studies that inform current educational policy and practice.
As such, the journal serves as a critical, intellectual resource for educational leaders, practitioners, and policy makers. Peer-reviewed articles include formal research studies using quantitative and/or qualitative methodologies, as well as reflective, theoretical pieces focused on significant aspects of education and schooling relevant to the administrator, community, or the larger public good. Published since 1970, Planning and Changing is a well-respected journal in the field of educational leadership and policy studies. The journal welcomes submissions from both new and well-seasoned scholars.
Volume 47, Issue 1/2
MBA in Education Leadership: A Model for Developing an Interdisciplinary Principal Preparation Program Rachel E. Smith and John Somers
Product-Based Professional Development as Catalyst for Change in PK-6 Settings Maduakolam Ireh and Edwin D. Bell
Professional Learning Communities Focusing on Results and Data-Use to Improve Student Learning: The Right Implementation Matters Marco A. Munoz and Karen E. Branham
Underrepresentation of Females in the Superintendency in Minnesota Catherine Wyland
Exploring Educational Leadership in Rural Schools Laura Parson, Cheryl A. Hunter, and Brenda Kallio
Educators' Use of Research and Other Forms of Evidence as Part of Foundation Grant Proposals Joel Malin
Is the Federal Government in the Business of Improving Charter Schools? An Investigation of the Unintended Consequences of ESEA Waivers Jennie Weiner and Shaun M. Dougherty