Principles and principals: Leveraging K-12 principal training and evaluation standards to support environmental, ecological and sustainability education

Rodolfo Rincones-Delgado, Anthony D Feig

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Abstract

Ecoliteracy is the pedagogical grouping of environmental science, ecologyand sustainability studies.This paper is a policy analysis of how principal training and evaluation standardsmay support a principal’s building-level efforts to establish and sustain an ecoliteracy mission and curriculumin US public K-12 schools.A comparative case study of leadership standards in Texas and Michigan was conducted to support the argument that school administrator training and evaluation standards in both states canlend formal, codified support to a sufficiently determined school leader’s efforts to centerthe school’smission on ecoliteracy. The limitations of this support are also discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)15-37
JournalSchool Leadership Review
VolumeSummer 2018
StatePublished - Oct 2018

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