Dr. Kimberly McLeod is an Assistant Professor at Texas Southern University in Houston, Texas. Her research interests include resiliency and urban school reform.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Educational Leadership Challenges: What Principals say Concerns them about their Job

This qualitative case study sought to explore the challenges of Urban School Principals.

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Realizing the Resiliency Potential for the Minority Learner

This paper describes the development of resiliency potential in student populations, particularly minority populations in America.

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Urban Education Resiliency: Perspectives of Urban School Achievement

This research will chronicle best practices of urban school reform as studied from the perspective of African - American Superintendents of large public school districts.

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Educational Leadership: Considerations for the Development of Future Crisis Management Plans

The purpose of this research is to explore the ramifications of ineffective planning during a crisis.

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From Cultural Responsiveness to Cultural Activeness: Promoting Public School Success with Minority Populations

This paper reviews literature and discusses how the impact of teacher beliefs influence African-American student achievement and how educators can create cultural responsive classrooms through activism.

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