Faculty scholarship & publications, Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership

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David Dolph, Ph.D.

Educational Administration & Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership

Dolph, D. (in press). School Finance for Principals.Money May Be Green but Financial Policy Should Be Clear: In S.V. Coffin & B.S. Cooper & E. Jeynes (Eds.) $chool Finance Leadership for Excellence. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

Dolph, D. (in press). “Challenges and Opportunities for School Improvement: Recommendations for Urban School Principals.” Education and Urban Society.

Dolph, D. (2016)  “To Plan or Not to Plan, That is the Question.” Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership.

Dolph, D., Russo, C.J., & Osborne, A.G. (2016). “Show Me the Money: Tips for Managing Successful School Bond and Levy Elections. “Education Law Reporter, Vol. 330, No. 1, 1-7.

Russo, C.J. & Osborne, A.G., & Dolph, D.A. (2015). “Record Keeping for Students with Disabilities.” Education Law Reporter, Vol, 318, No. 2, 661-624.

Young,P., Dolph, D., & Russo, C.J. (2015). “The Impact of Brown v. Board of Education on Student Learning in Public Schools.” International Journal of Educational Reform, Vol. 24, No.4, 335-348.

Kowalski, T.J. & Dolph, D. (2015). “Principal Opinions about the Ohio Teacher Evaluation System.” AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice, Vol. 11, No. 4, 4-21.

Kowalski, T.J.& Dolph, D. (2014). “Student Motives for Taking Online Courses in Educational Administration.” Educational Research Quarterly, Vol. 38, Issue 1, 27-42. 

Dolph, D. (2017). “Problem-Solving Tips for School Business Officials.” School Business Affairs, Vol, 83, No. 2, 19-21.

Dolph, D. (2016). “Crisis Plans: Be Prepared.” School Business AffairsVol, 82, No. 11, 16-18.

Dolph, D. (2015). “SBOs as Leaders of Change.” School Business Affairs, Vol, 81, No. 9, 16-17.

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Charles J. Russo, J.D., Ed.D.

Educational Administration & Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership

Russo, C.J. (in press). “The Supreme Court and Education Law.” School Business   Affairs.

Dolph, D., Russo, C.J., & Smith. L.D. (in press). “Advance planning, foresight eases staff anxiety.” Maintaining Safe Schools.

Russo, C. J., (2017). “Update on Student Vaccinations.” School Business AffairsVol. 83,  No. 2, 30-33.

Russo, C.J. & Osborne, A. (2017, March) “Rules for School Safety.” Education Matters: Secondary, 74-77.

Russo, C.J. (2017, March) “Mixed Blessings: Computer Use in Schools.” Education Matters: Primary, 26-28

Russo, C.J. (2017). “Constituent education, policy development combat gang activity.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 23Issue 2, 6

Russo, C.J. (2017). “Staff training, policy development keys drug prevention efforts.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 23Issue 1, 6.

Russo, C.J. & Osborne, A.G. (2017). “Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities?” School Business AffairsVol. 83,  No. 1, 32-34.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Update on School Searches.” School Business AffairsVol. 82,     No. 11, 33-35.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Tenure Wars: The Litigation Continues.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 10, 33-35.

Trunk, D. & Russo, C.J. (2016). “Suicide prevention hinges on partnerships, awareness.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 10, 6.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Affirmative Action Returns to the Supreme Court.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 8, 33-35.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “ Fair Share Fees, Teacher Unions, and the Supreme Court.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 8, 28-32.

Eckes, S.E. & Russo, C.J. (2016). “Equal Access Act: Open to One, Open to All.” Principal LeadershipVol. 17No. 1, 58-59.

Russo, C.J. &  Trunk, D.J. (2016). “Proactive strategy, education combat school hazing.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 9, 4.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Safety and security review launches safer school year.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 8, 6.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Sexual Harassment in Schools.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 6, 33-35, 39.

Russo, C.J. & Kurtz, L. (2016). “School tragedy induces grief counseling, services.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 21Issue 7, 6

Gul, R. & Russo, C.J. (2016). “Meeting the Needs of Student Parents.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 5, 37-39.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Supreme Court Preview: Are Changes in the Offing.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 4, 35-38.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Staff education, awareness slash sexual harassment risks.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 6, 6. Reprinted:  School Law BriefingsVol. 21Issue 2, 3.

Davies, S.C., Russo, C.J., & Demmitt, A. (2016). “Staff training, education heighten concussion awareness.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 5, 6.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Mentor Me: Communicating via Social Media.” AMLE (Association for Middle Level Education) MagazineVol. 3No. 8, 38.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “An Overview of the Every Student Succeeds Act.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 3, 35-38.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Staff engagement, feedback enrich safety training.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 4, 7.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Bomb threats require immediate, calculated response.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 3, 6.

Russo, C.J. & Heath, M. (2016). “Teacher Blogging Redux: Post with Caution.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 2, 35-37, 39.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Teacher Unions, the Right-to-Work and Fair Share Agreements: Is Change in the Offing.” School Business AffairsVol. 82No. 1, 37-39.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Education, Awareness Accentuate Alcohol- and Drug-Free Events.” Maintaining Safe SchoolsVol. 22Issue 1, 6.

Russo, C.J. & Clarke, P.T. (2016). “Search and Seizure in the Electronic Era: An International Perspective -- Part Two.” Education and Law JournalVol. 26No. 1, 1-19.

Osborne, A.G., & Russo, C.J. (2016). “Reimbursement of Attorney Fees for Stay-Put Orders Under The IDEA.” Education Law Reporter, Vol. 335, No. 2, 519-537.

Ford, D.Y. & Russo, C.J. (2016). “Multiple Voices for Ethnically Diverse Exceptional Learners. Historical and Legal Overview of Special Education Overrepresentation: Access and Equity Denied.” Multiple VoicesVol. 16No. 1, 50-57.

Dolph, D., Russo, C.J., & Osborne, A.G. (2016) “Show Me the Money:  Tips for Managing Successful School Bond and Levy Elections.” Education Law Reporter,      Vol. 330No. 1, 1-7.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Can the Every Student Succeeds Act Help All Children to Achieve?” The Journal of School Business Management, Vol. 28, No. 1, 8-17.

Clarke, P.T. & Russo, C.J. (2016) “Search and Seizure in the Electronic Era: An International Perspective - Part One.” Education and Law JournalVol. 25No. 2,       125-157.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Religious Freedom in Faith-Based Educational Institutions in the Wake of Obergefell v. Hodges: Believers Beware.” Brigham Young University Education and Law Journal. Vol. 2016No. 2, 263-308.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “The Every Student Succeeds Act: The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same?” Education Law JournalVol. 17No. 2, 95-104.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association: Fair Share Fees Survive.” Education Law ReporterVol. 329No. 1, 1-15.

Russo, C.J. (2016). “Board of Education of Westside Community Schools v. Mergens at Twenty-Five: An Update on the Equal Access Act.” Religion & EducationVol. 43,     No. 1, 2-18.

Russo, C.J., & Osborne, A.G. (2016). “School Lockdown Procedures: The Ounce of Prevention Worth the Pound of Cure.” Education Law ReporterVol. 326No. 1, 9-15.

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Michele M. Welkener, Ph.D.

Counselor Education & Human Services, Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership

Welkener, M. M. & Baxter Magolda, M. B. (2014). Better understanding students’ self authorship via self-portraits. Journal of College Student Development55(6), 580-585.

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Mary B. Ziskin, Ph.D.

Ph.D. Program in Educational Leadership

Zerquera, D.D., Ziskin M.B., and Torres, V., (April 2016). Faculty Views of “Nontraditional” Students: Aligning Perspectives for Student Success. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory, and Practice. doi:10.1177/1521025116645109.

Gross, J. P. K., Hossler, D., and Ziskin, M.B. (2015). Institutional merit-based aid and student persistence: A longitudinal analysis. Review of Higher Education, 38 (2), 221-250.

Ziskin, M.B., Fischer, M. A., Torres, V., Player-Sanders, J., and Pellicciotti, M. B. (2014). Working students' perceptions of paying for college: Understanding the connections between financial aid and work. Review of Higher Education 37 (4), 429-467.

Ziskin, M.B.., Lucido, J. A., Gross, J. P. K., Hossler, D., Chung, E., & Torres, V. (2014). The institutional role in student retention: Thinking beyond student characteristics. In D. Hossler & R. Bontrager (Eds.), The handbook for strategic enrollment management (pp. tba). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Ziskin, M.B., Hossler, D., Rabourn, K.E., Cekic, O. (2014). Outcomes-Based Funding: Current Status, Promising Practices and Emerging Trends. Toronto: Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario.

Dundar, A., Shapiro, D., Yuan, X., Harrell, A., Wild, J., & Ziskin, M.B., (2014, July) Some College, No Degree: A National View of Students with Some College Enrollment, but No Completion(Signature Report No.7). Herndon, VA: National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.

Ziskin, M.B., Rabourn, K.E., & Hossler, D. (2016, November). Performance-based funding of higher education: Analyses of policy discourse across four case studies. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE), Columbus, OH.

Ziskin, M. B. (2015, February). Critical discourse analysis and communicative pragmatics: Clarifying validity claims in critical ethnography Paper presented at the Ethnography and Qualitative Research Conference XXVII, Las Vegas, NV.

Ziskin, M. B., Park, E., Hossler, D., Zerquera, D., & Torres, V. (2014, April). Organizational structures associated with community college student success: Results from a national survey. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

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