The SELU Research Review Journal (SRRJ) was launched in November 2016 as a forum for graduate student reviews capturing the state of current research in educational administration. Topics related to leadership, policy, governance, law, finance, and the administration of K–12, post-secondary, and other educational institutions are the focus of this journal. The articles published in the Journal reflect graduate students’ work throughout their programs of study at the University of Saskatchewan. This journal is intended to be a resource for educational administrators and practitioners—offering thorough overviews and assessments of current research. Reviews presented in the Journal represent collections of diverse perspectives and findings from academic research that will aid in policy development and in the improvement of practice in educational institutions.
SRRJ does not accept unsolicited submissions for publication.
- Dr David Burgess (Volumes 1 & 2)
- Dr Vicki Squires (Volume 1, Issues 1 & 2);
- Dr Jing Xiao (Volume 2, Issue 1)
Volume 1, Issue 2
- Engaging Middle Years’ Male Students
- Examining Mental Health in Schools and the Role it Plays in Supporting Students
- Student Anxiety and Depression in Our Schools
- Make Space for Indigeneity: Decolonizing Education
- First Nations Instructional Leadership for the Twenty-First Century
- Unpacking the Impact of School Culture: A Principal’s Role in Creating and Sustaining the Culture of a School
- How to Create a Resistance-Free Environment for Successful Distributed Leadership in Education
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