Methodological Issues Related to Causal Studies of Leadership A Mixed Methods Perspective from the USA

@inproceedings{Teddlie2005MethodologicalIR,
  title={Methodological Issues Related to Causal Studies of Leadership A Mixed Methods Perspective from the USA},
  author={Charles B. Teddlie},
  year={2005}
}
This article explores different understandings of causality and their implications for the study of educational leadership. The article first details differences among three broad methodological traditions in educational research (the quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches), especially with regard to causal explanations. This is followed by a presentation of different methodological approaches for assessing the impact of educational leadership on school outcomes, drawing… CONTINUE READING

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