A diffusion approach to study leadership reform

@article{Adams2011ADA,
  title={A diffusion approach to study leadership reform},
  author={Curt M. Adams and Gaetane Jean-Marie},
  journal={Journal of Educational Administration},
  year={2011},
  volume={49},
  pages={354-377}
}
Purpose – This study aims to draw on elements of diffusion theory to understand leadership reform. Many diffusion studies examine the spread of an innovation across social units but the objective is to examine diffusion of a collective leadership model within school units. Specifically, the strength of reform diffusion is tested to account for differences in instructional capacity and to explain the spread of leadership reform within Title I elementary schools.Design/methodology/approach – A… Expand
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