Center for Educational Innovation and Improvement (CEII)


The CEii team has published on various aspects of school leadership and improvement in a variety of scholarly outlets. See below for examples of our recent work. 

Eubanks, S., Goldson, M., & Callahan, P. (2024). Replace or repair: Exploring possible methods for improving school governance. Theory Into Practice. 

Eubanks, S., Snell, J. (2023). "From a Transactional Relationship to a Transformational Partnership." In L. Gomez, M. Biag, D. Imig, R. Hitz, & S. Tozer (Eds.) Improving America's Schools Together, 126-148. 

Callahan, P. C., & Brantlinger, A. (2023). Altruism, jobs, and alternative certification: Mathematics teachers’ reasons for entry and their retention. Education and Urban Society, 55(9), 1089-1119.

Spillane, J. P., Blaushild, N. L., Neumerski, C. M., Seelig, J. L., & Peurach, D. J. (2022). Striving for coherence, struggling with incoherence: A comparative study of six educational systems organizing for instruction. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 44(4), 567-592.

Eubanks, S., McLaughlin, M., Snell, J. L., & Coleman, C. (2021). From learning to leading: Teaching leaders to apply improvement science through a school-university partnership. Teaching improvement science in educational leadership, 141-162. 

Patrick, S. K., Rogers, L. K., Goldring, E., Neumerski, C. M., & Robinson, V. (2021). Opening the black box of leadership coaching: an examination of coaching behaviors. Journal of Educational Administration, 59(5), 549-563.