Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration

The Southern Regional Council of Educational Administration has a proud tradition of excellence.  It serves faculty, graduate students, universities and colleges throughout the southern region of the United States.  SRCEA is the collective voice of outstanding scholarship at its annual conferences, its yearbook, and now its online journal, Southeast Journal of Education Administration.

Southern Regional Council of Education Administration is published as a forum for presentation and discussion around describing and interpreting school leadership issues and policy.  It offers a scholarly marketplace for ideas from research and best practice that inform and challenge current thinking about school leadership. The Journal is not limited to university faculty, but encourages graduate students and practitioners to contribute to its scholarship.

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Vol 16, No 2 (2016): Balanced Leadership

Submissions emanating from the SRCEA 2016 conference and supporting authors.

Table of Contents


Perceptions of Teacher Motivation in Public Schools: From NCLB to Common Core PDF
Sonya R Webb, Angela R. Williams
The Bubble-Wrapped Student: Are Trigger Warnings Necessary in Higher Education? PDF
Barbara L Nicholson, C. Scott Inghram, Pamela Meadows, Amy Saunders, Candice Stadler
Women’s Educational Leadership Programs: Shatter the Glass Ceiling PDF
Angela Farmer
When and How Far Will Potential Participants Travel to Participate in Educational Leadership Programs? PDF
Lavetta Henderson
Collaborative principal preparation cohorts: The perception of graduates from two similar graduate programs in two adjoining states PDF
Henry Russell, Sandy Hutchinson, J. Kirk Webster, Paul Haxton, Cheryl Evans, Doug Thomas, Jim Machell