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1 Texas A&M University-Commerce 18 Characteristics of Texas Public Doctoral Programs Programs included only if in existence 3 or more years. Program is defined at the 8-digit CIP code level. Department Educational Leadership Doctoral Degree Program Educational Administration Contact Name Dr. Chuck Holt Contact Phone Number Number of Degrees Per Year Average, Rolling three-year average of the number of degrees awarded per academic year Year Average 16 2 Graduation Rates Starting Cohorts: % Graduating within 10 years 62.89% Rolling three-year average of the percent of first-year doctoral students who graduated within ten years. 3 Average Time to Degree Rolling three-year average of the registered time to degree of first-year doctoral students within a ten year period. Average Years to Degree 4 4 Employment Profile Percentage of the last three years of graduates employed in academia, postdoctorates, industry/professional, government, and those still seeking employment (in Texas and outside Texas). Area of Employment Percentage Academia 100% Post Doctorates - Industry/Professional - Government - Other - Seeking Employment - 5 Admission Criteria trationedddomestic.aspx 6 Percentage of Full-time Students with Financial Support Any student who takes 9 SCH is considered to be full time. In the prior year, the number of FTS ( 18 SCH) with support/the number of FTS Full Time Students 191 Full Time Students with support 147 Percentage of students with support 77% Amount of Support $1,780, Average Financial Support Provided Any student who takes 9 SCH is considered to be part t time and 9 SCH is considered to be full time. For those receiving financial support, the average financial support provided per full-time graduate student (including tuition rebate) for the prior year, including research assistantships, teaching assistantships, fellowships, tuition, benefits, etc. that is out-of-pocket Research Assistantships - Teaching/Non-Teaching Assistantships - Tuition Waivers $2,889 Other $1,777, Total Total number of Full Time Students with $1,780, Financial Support Average Amount of support per student $12, of 11

2 8 Student Core Faculty Ratio Rolling three-year average of full-time student equivalent (FTSE) /rolling three-year average of full-time faculty equivalent (FTFE) of core faculty. 189:1 9 Core Faculty Publications Rolling three-year average of the number of discipline-related refereed papers/publications, books/book chapters, juried creative/performance accomplishments, and notices of discoveries filed/patents issued per year per core faculty member. SEE Page 4-9. Core Faculty External Grants Rolling three-year average of the number of core faculty receiving external funds, average external grant $ per faculty, and total external grant $ per program per academic year. Average of the Number of Core 1 Faculty Receiving External Funds Average External Grant $ per Faculty $469,244 Total External Gant $ $1,407, Percentage of Full-time Students Rolling three-year average of the FTS ( 9 SCH)/number students enrolled (headcount) for last three fall semesters. Fall % Fall % Fall % Number of Core Faculty Number of Core Faculty in the prior year. Core faculty: Full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty who teach fifty percent or more in the graduate program or other individuals integral to the graduate program who can direct research. Faculty Teaching Load Total number of semester credit hours in organized teaching courses taught per academic year by core faculty divided by the number of core faculty in the prior year Faculty Diversity Core faculty by ethnicity and gender. Total Headcount by Ethnicity Asian or Pacific Islander Black Non-Hispanic Hispanic International White Non-Hispanic Total Gender Female Male Total of 11

3 15 Student Diversity Enrollment headcount by ethnicity and gender in the program in the prior year. Total Headcount by Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Asian/Pacific Islander Black Non Hispanic Hispanic American Other-International White Non Hispanic N/A Total Gender Female Male Total Date of Last External Review Spring 2011 program review External Program Accreditation Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Student Publications/Presentations Rolling three-year average of the number of discipline-related refereed papers/publications, juried creative/performance accomplishments, book chapters, books, and external presentations per year per student. SEE Page of 11

4 Core Faculty Publications Acker-Hocevar, M., Ballenger, J., Place, W., & Ivory, G. (Eds.). (2012). Snapshots of School Leadership in the 21st Century: Perils and Promises of Leading for Social Justice, School Improvement, and Democratic Community, (The UCEA Voices from the Field Project). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers. Alford, B., & Ballenger, J. (2012). Leadership practices and processes that impact personnel, professional development and teacher professionalism and influence school Improvement, (The UCEA Voices from the Field Project). In M. A. Hocevar, J. Ballenger, W. Place, & G. Ivory (Eds.). Snapshots of school leadership in the 21st century: Perils and promises of leading for social justice, school improvement, and democratic community, (28 pages). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers. Ballenger, J. (2013). Teacher and administrator perceptions of culturally relevant teaching. Paper presented at the Collaborative Educational Programs for the Americas (CEPA). Co-sponsored by CEPA and Texas A&M University-Commerce, October 17-19, El Tropicana Riverwalk Hotel, San Antonio, TX. Ballenger, J. (2014, at press). Culturally relevant pedagogy: teacher and administrator s perceptions. Journal of Modern Education Review. Academic Star Publishing Company, 228 East 45 th Street, New York, NY USA. Ballenger, J., & Alford, B. (2012, August). Preparing educational leaders in the pursuit of social justice: Practices and Processes for Culturally Proficient Leadership Development. In G. Perreault, L. Zellner, J. Ballenger, B. Thornton, & S. Harris, (Eds.). Social Justice, Competition, and Quality: 21st Century Leadership Challenges. The 2012 Yearbook of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration, NCPEA Publications. ISBN (pbk) Ballenger, J., Kemp-Graham, K. (2014). Assessing the level of cultural competence and mentoring experiences of educational leader and identifying strategies for culturally and globally competent leadership. In S. Harris & J. Mixon (Eds.) Building cultural community through global educational leadership, NCPEA Publications, Ypsilanti, Michigan. Ballenger, J., & Ninness, S. (2013). Increasing One s cultural proficiency. National Forum of Multicultural Issues Journal, 10(1), 1-5. Ballenger, J., & Polnick, B. (2013). Submitting quality proposals for AERA. Workshop conducted at American Educational Research Assocation, RWE SIG, Las Cruces, New Mexico, October 3-5, Ballenger, J., Templeton, N., & Thompson, R. (2014). Assessing quality learning environment and experiences in a higher education online doctoral program: perceptions of faculty and doctoral students. Submitted to the Faculty Research Enhancement project, Texas A&M University, Commerce, TX in July Grant was not approved. Ballenger, J., Templeton, N., Thompson, R., & Clark, J. (2014). Assessing learning environment and experiences in a higher education online doctoral program: perceptions of faculty and students. Paper presented at the 68 th Annual Summer Conference, National Conference, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, California, August 5-9, Barrett, D. C., & Fish, W. W. (2011). Using chess to improve math achievement for students who receive special education services. International Journal of Special Education, 26(3). Borgemenke, A. J. (2011). Developing capital improvement in principal preparation programs. School Leadership Review, 6(2), Borgemenke, A. J. (2011). School administrators sound off: Perceived efficacy of principal preparation programs from select focus group responses. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2 (22) Borgemenke, A. J., Hinojosa, M., Holt, C., Lumadue, R., Roberson, S., & Waller, R. (2011). The availability of higher education services to students with disabilities in large city urbanized areas. Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 1, Borgemenke, A. J., Hinojosa, M., Bone, J. A., & Slate, J. R. (2012). Teacher and student ethnicity in Texas elementary charter schools: Changes in the past 11 school years. The Charter Schools Resource Journal. 8, of 11

5 Borgemenke, A.J., Fish, W. W., Holt, W. C. (2013) Universal course shell template design and implementation to enhance student outcomes in online coursework. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 14(1), Borgemenke, A. J., Brown, C., (2013). Examining the educational leadership knowledge base: A 5-year citation analysis. Educational Leadership Review, 14(1), Brown, C. G. (2012). Setting sights on campus safety: The possibility of firearms on campus and campus violence prevention. School Leadership Review, 7(1), Brown, C., Borgemenke, A., & Templeton, N. (2013). The consequences of non-traditional faculty hires on educational administration programs. International Journal of Creative Research, (7)1. Brown, C., Bourke, B., & Leneveu, W. (2011). Transitioning from alternatively certified teacher to school administrator: Filling the pedagogical gaps to provide instructional leadership. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 1(3). Brown, C., O Connor, R., Neal, B., & Overturf, V. (2011). Routes to school leadership: Does certification path matter? International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 6(1). Brown, C. G., & Patterson, S. (2012). Bullying and school crisis intervention. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(7), 1-5. Brown, C., & Ratcliff, J. (2011). Non-traditionally certified school leaders self-perceptions of background knowledge and needs. International Journal of Business and Social Science, 2(23), 1-7. Brownlee, S., Arrambide, M., & Holt, C. (2014). Research-based reading strategies for low socio-economic children. Global Education Review, 2(5), Burkman, A. (2012). Preparing novice teachers for success in elementary classrooms through professional development, Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 78(3), Burkman, A. ( ). Gender related issues in the elementary principalship. National Forum for Educational Administration and Supervision, 28(2) (21 pages). Burkman, A, Garrett-Staib, J., & Laub, J. D. (Winter 2011/2012). West Texas principal center: A case study in principal preparation. National Forum of Educational Administration & Supervision Journal, 29(2). Burkman, A. & Lester, D. (2012). Superintendent salary study: Is there gender equity in Texas? International Journal of Creative Research, 4(1), Carr, S. C., Ballenger, J., & Natesan, P. (2014). Mentoring early career faculty: Opportunities for professional development and networking. Workshop presented at the 37 th Annual Meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, February 10-13, 2014, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA. Freeman, D., & Brown, C. G. (2012). Alternative education programs. In A. Pankake, & M. Littleton, (Eds), The Administration and Supervision of Special Programs in Education (3rd ed.). Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. Gregory, G., & Burkman, A. (October 2011). Differentiated literacy strategies for the ESL learner: Thousand Oaks: Corwin Press. Gutierrez, V., Maxwell, G., & Holland, G. (2014, April 6). Practices administrators use in rural south Texas for hiring highly qualified teachers. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia. Hellawell, M. & Muñoz, A.J. (Fall 2013). Dual language: A hope for education reform. In P. Barron (Ed.) Keeping the faith in education. Burnsville, MN: Avenida Books (Fall 2013 publication date). 5 of 11

6 Hendricks, L., & Kemp-Graham, K. (2013). For Educators A-B-Cs Are the Fundamentals: DRUGS Are Now The Challenges In The Classroom. National Forum Journal of Counseling and Addiction. Hendricks, L. & Templeton, N. (in press). K2: Implications for school administrators. National FORUM Journals. Hinojosa, M., Leist, J., & Suwannakit, P. (2011). A comparison of technology in charter schools and traditional schools in a Texas region. The Charter Schools Resource Journal (TCSRJ), 7, Summer Hinojosa, M., & Suwannakit, P. (2011). Cyber charter school: Innovative technology demanded? The Charter Schools Resource Journal (TCSRJ), 7, Fall Hinojosa, M., & Brown, C. G. (2012). An examination of Texas school district ratings and teacher longevity. International Journal of Creative Research, 5(1), Holt, C., Hargrove, P., & Harris, S. (2011). An investigation into the life experiences and beliefs of teachers exhibiting highly effective classroom management behaviors. Teacher Education and Practice, 24, Holt, C. (2012). The superintendent and human resources. In J. A. Vornberg, W. D. Hickey, & A. Borgemenke (Eds.), Texas Public School Organization and Administration: 2012 (pp ). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Holt, C. (2014 in press). The superintendent and human resources. In J. A. Vornberg, W. D. Hickey (Eds.), Texas Public School Organization and Administration: Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Holt, C., & Bingham, W. (2012). Financing Texas public schools. In J. A. Vornberg, W. D. Hickey, & A. Borgemenke (Eds.), Texas Public School Organization and Administration: 2012 (pp ). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Holt, C., & Bingham, W. (2014 in press). Financing Texas public schools. In J. A. Vornberg, W. D. Hickey, & A. Borgemenke (Eds.), Texas Public School Organization and Administration: 2012 (pp ). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Holt, C., & Burkman, A. (2013). Leading the digital district. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 30, Holt, C., Hinojosa, M., & Borgemenke, A. (2012). A review and analysis of school funding equity and the effects of Senate Bill 1 on school district financing in Texas. International Journal of Creative Research, 4(1), Holt, C., Hinojosa, M., & Borgemenke, A. (2011). Hispanic students and Hispanic teachers: A comparison of student demographics and teacher employment rates in northeast Texas public schools. Texas Association for Bilingual Educators. 13(1), Johnson, M., & Hinojosa, M. (2012). Rising to the challenge of serving international students in campus recreation. National Forum of Multicultural Issues Journal, 9(1). Kemp-Graham, K. Y. (2013). The elephant in the room: urban school reform. Scholars Press. Kemp-Graham, K. Y. (2014). Preparing for school leadership in Texas: mastering principal competencies and challenges of 21 st century school leadership. NCPEA Press. Kemp-Graham, K. Y. (2013). Seeking the Principalship. The Principal Communicator. Fall, 2013, page 4. Kemp-Graham, K. Y. (2014). To thine own self be true: 21 st century school leadership: culturally competent and globally aware. In Building Cultural Community through Global Educational Leadership. NCPEA Press. 6 of 11

7 Kemp-Graham, K., Ballenger, J., & Arrambide, M. (2014). Quality vs. quantity: the impact of university use of corporate recruiters on student learning outcomes. Paper presented at the 68 th Annual Summer Conference, National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, California, August 5-9, Kersten, T., & Ballenger, J. (2012). School and district relationships (The UCEA Voices from the Field Project). In M. A. Hocevar, J. Ballenger, W. Place, & G. Ivory (Eds.). Snapshots of school leadership in the 21st century: Perils and promises of leading for social justice, school improvement, and democratic community (25 pages). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers. Kim, J., & Kemp-Graham, K. (2013) Capacity rich or capacity poor: An exploration of capacity in Texas public schools that have successfully turned around chronically low-performing schools into high performing schools. National Forum of Applied Educational Research Kupcynski, L., Brown, M., Holland, G., & Uriegas, B. (2014). The relationship between general and academic success online. The Journal of Educators Online, Retrieved from Lineros, J., & Hinojosa, M. (2012). Theories of learning and student development. National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, 22(3). Mahagan, V., & Brown, C. G. (2012). Instructional coaching: Jumping in with both feet. TASA Insight, 27(3), Martinez, L., & Hinojosa, M. (2012). Does it matter? Effects of language programs on Hispanic academic achievement. National Forum of Multicultural Issues Journal, 9(1). Marshall, R., Vaughn, V., & Holt, C. (2012). Taking the mystery out of Texas school finance. Ypsilanti, MI: NCPEA Press. Martinez, L., & Hinojosa, M. (2012). Parents perceptions and attitudes for denying bilingual education. National Forum of Multicultural Issues Journal, 9(1). Miley, J., Borgemenke, A., & Arrambide, M. (in press). Analyzing English language learner instruction programs using standardized student achievement test scores. Texas Association of Bilingual Educators Journal. Muñoz, A. J., Pankake, A., Murakami, E., Mills, S. J. & Simonsson, M. (2014). A study of female central office administrators and their aspirations to the superintendency. Educational Management, Administration and Leadership (accepted, publication date of 2014). Muñoz, A. J., Mills, S. J., Pankake, A. & Murakami, E. (2012). Critical differences in superintendency seekers. In E. Murakami & A. Pankake (Eds.). Leadership for social justice: Encouraging the development of others. Information Age Educational Leadership for Social Justice book series. Muñoz, A. J., Mills, S. J., Pankake, A. & Whaley, S. (2014). Disparity in the Superintendency. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, (7)4, Muñoz, A.J. (2012). Chp. 13: Accessing Central Office Administration. In A. Pankake, G. Schrotz & M. Littleton (Eds.). The administration and supervision of special programs in education. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, Publishers. Muñoz, A. J. (August 2014). The Augmentation of Bilingual/Bicultural Courses in Educational Administration Core Requirements. National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA). Channel Islands, CA. Niven, S., Holt, C., & Thompson, R. (2014). The relationship of the Texas school foundation program equity to student performance and socioeconomic status. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 31(3), of 11

8 Pankake, A. & Muñoz, A.J. (2012). PART IV: WOMEN LEADERS PRACTICE: Central Office Career Choices for Women. In B.J. Irby & G. Brown, (Eds.) Women school executives: Structuring success. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt, Publishers. Roberson, S. (2011). Defying the default culture and creating a culture of possibility. Education, 131(4). Roberson, S. (2011). Facing the illusion of exemplary: Refocusing teaching and learning. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 20(2). Roden, S., Borgemenke, A., & Holt, C. (2013). Improving the academic achievement of students with disabilities. National Forum of Special Education Journal, 24, 1-7. Rowe, D., Borgemenke, A. J. (2013). Measuring student attendance and academic performance at schools implementing character education programs. Global Education Review, 1(5), Sampson, P. R., Vaughn, V., & Holt, C. (2013). Taking the mystery out of Texas school finance (2 nd ed.). Ypsilanti, MI: NCPEA Press. Sanchez, H. T., Arrambide, M., Borgemenke, A.J. (2014). Educating a diverse student population in the era of accountability in J.A. Vornberg & W.D. Hickey (Eds.) Texas public school organization and administration: Dubuque, IA. Kendall Hunt. Scott, J., & Brown, C. G. (2012). The SREB s school leadership goal: Putting policy into practice at a sample of Texas universities. International Journal of Creative Research, 3(1), Simonsson, M. V., & Muñoz, A. J. (2012). Mentoring the underrepresented into a superintendency: A look at the practices of educational leadership programs. In E. Murakami & A. Pankake, (Eds.). Leadership for social justice: Encouraging the development of others. Information Age Educational Leadership for Social Justice book series. Templeton, N. (2012). [Review of the book An administrator s guide to better teacher mentoring, by W.L. Fibkins]. Scholar- Practitioner Quarterly, 6(1). Templeton, N. (2012). [Review of the book American education: Building a common foundation, by William A. Owens and Leslie S. Kaplan]. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, Cengage Learning. Templeton, N. & Hendricks, L. (2014). K2: Implications of fake weed for school administrators. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 23(1), Templeton, N., & Tremont, J. W. (2014). Applying business lessons to education: mentoring as job-embedded professional development. International Journal of Organizational Innovation, 6(4). Templeton, N., & Tremont, J. W. (2014). Improving professional practice: mentoring as job-embedded professional development. Texas Study of Secondary Education, 23(2), Terrill, F. S., Trepinski, T. M., Parker, K., Jacobs, L., McAlister-Shields, L., & Ballenger, J. (2014). Finish what you start: An overview of important facets in the doctoral education path. Workshop presented at the 37 th Annual Meeting of the Southwest Educational Research Association, February 10-13, 2014, Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, LA. Thompson, J. R., Templeton, N., & Ballenger, J. (2013). School board presidents and superintendents use of transformational leadership to improve student outcomes. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 30(4). Thompson, R. (2013). [Review of the book Teaching to change lives: Seven proven ways to make your teaching come alive, by Howard Hendricks]. The Journal of Education and Christian Belief, 17(2). 8 of 11

9 Thompson, R. (2014). The superintendent and school board relationship: functioning as a group. International Journal of Organizational Innovation. At press. Tipton, M. (2012) BYOD and The Freshman Orientation Experience: Creating an Exciting High-Tech Event. TASSP Fall Study Townsend, T., Ivory, G, Acker-Hocevar, M., Place, W. A., & Ballenger, J. (2013, spring). Voices from the Field: What we have learned about instructional leadership. (37 pages). 12(1), LPS. Manuscript accepted. Townsend, T., Acker-Hocevar, M., Ivory, G., M., Place, W. A., Ballenger, J., & Place, W. A., (2012). School leadership challenges under No Child Left Behind: Lessons from UCEA s project. Voices from the field: Phase 3. International Research on School Leadership: School and District Leadership in an Era of Accountability, 4, Information Age Publishing Book Series. Manuscript accepted. Vega, A., & Brown, C. G. (2012). Leadership preparation: Restructuring and building relationships. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journal, 30(1). Vornberg, J. (expected 2011; in press). Systems Theory completed for upcoming book on Education Theory, Beverly Irby and Fred Lunenberg (Eds). Vornberg, J. A., Hickey, W. D., Borgemenke, A. J. (2012). Texas public school organization and administration: Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt. Weiss, G., Templeton, N., & Thompson, J. R. (2014). Superintendent and school board relations: impacting achievement through collaborative understanding of roles and responsibilities. School Leadership Review, 9(2), Wilmore, E. L. (In Press, 2014.). Passing the English as a Second Language TExES examination: Keys to certification and language learners. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Wilmore, E. L. (2013). Passing the Special Education TExES examination: Keys to certification and exceptional leaders. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Wilmore, E. L. (2013). Passing the Principal TExES examination: Keys to certification and school leadership, 2 nd Ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Wilmore, E. L. & Burkman, A. J. (2011). Passing the PPR TExES exam: Keys to certification and ethical teaching. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Wilmore, E. (2011). Revisiting women as successful assistant principals. In B. Irby & G Brown (Eds.), Women Leaders: Advancing Your Career. Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing, Inc. 9 of 11

10 Student Publications/Presentations Abke, A. (2013, November 8). Texas after-school centers on education affect bilingual student reading progression. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Bynum, E., & Ballenger, J. (2014, April 3). Social, cultural, and societal factors that contribute to the achievement and under representation of gifted African American students. Poster presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Caston, J., & Munoz, A. (2014, April 3). High school black boys opinion on the limited number of black male teachers on high school campuses. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Cooper, R. A., & Vornberg, J. (2014, April 3). The proportionate costs of Title I supplemental educational services: effect of time in treatment on student achievement. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Davis, M. (2013, November 8). How we made it: a phenomenological study of five African-American males who beat the odds. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. DeAnda, R., & Ballenger, J. (2014, April 3). Parental involvement as an intervention strategy for Hispanic students. Poster presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Dunn, A., & Borgemenke, A. (2014, April 3). Teacher and administrator perception of student learning through the use of response to intervention and professional learning communities. Poster presented at Texas A&M University- Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Gallagher, K., & Thompson, R. (2014, April 3). Investigating the achievement gap between white and minority students. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Golden, K. (2013, November 8). Truancy: a correlational study. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Graves, B. (2013, November 8). The affect of the mainstream classroom on the LEP student. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Haggerty, V. (2013, November 8). The relationship between 8 th grade standardized testing scores as a predictor for 9 th grade retention. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Hamilton, C. (2013, November 8). Teacher retention: perceptions of new teachers. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Harrison, C. (2013, November 8). Effects of the fundamental five on teacher self-efficacy and student success. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Harrison, C., & Holt, C. (2014, April 3). The effects of the fundamental five formula for quality instruction on student achievement and teacher self-efficacy. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Harvey, J. W., & Holt, C. (2014, April 3). The effect of participation in soccer on academic achievement and student engagement for Hispanic males in small, rural high schools in Texas. Poster presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Hershel, S. (2013, November 8). Integration of technology. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Hill, A. L., & Borgemenke, A. (2014, April 3). Computers in the classroom: what are we using them for? Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Johnson, L., & Templeton, N. (2014, April 3). Pre-selected and personal choice professional development: which has the greatest impacts on implementation in secondary classrooms? Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. 10 of 11

11 Kemp, S. R. (2013, November 8). Collaborative teaming and the impact on student performance in mathematics. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Longoria, D., & Munoz, A. (2014, April 3). The use of behavioral intervention strategies to improve classroom discipline in managing behavior in at-risk students in the charter school setting. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Maxwell, V., & Munoz, A. (2014, April 3). Societal influences on generational cohorts: the effects on campus leadership in a qualitative study. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Morales, I. A., & Ballenger, J. (2014, April 3). English language learners academic achievement with sheltered English, structured English immersion, and dual language instructional methods. Presented at Texas A&M University- Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Perez-Rangel, R., & Templeton, N. (2014, April 3). Mentor program experiences through the lenses of novice building principals. Poster presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Reddell, K., & Borgemenke, A. (2014, April 3). An exploration of the professional learning community through educator experience. Poster presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Rich, T. (2013, November 8). Exploring the efficacy of traditional student discipline programs: Saturday school vs. alternative detention. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Robertson, A. H. (2013, November 8). A phenomenological study of teachers of advanced classes in low-income schools. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Saldana, C. T. (2013, November 8). The impact of bell schedules on college readiness indicators at five Lower Rio Grande Valley high schools. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Sanders, C. E. (2013, November 8). Educator perceptions of African American male student academic performance. Orally presented at 11 th Annual Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Smith, K. (2013, November 8). Title Unavailable. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Stelly, D. (2013, November 8). A proposal for an evaluation of a teacher evaluation system in ABC ISD. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Stiles, S. (2013, November 8). Advanced placement, dual credit, and early college high school: parental perceptions of college programs at the high school level. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Stuart, J. W. (2013, November 8). An analysis of teachers perceptions of inquiry-based learning on students academic performance. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. Tucker, J. C., & Munoz, A. (2014, April 3). Parental concerns of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and social acceptance. Presented at Texas A&M University-Commerce Annual Research Symposium, Commerce. Watts, A. (2013, November 8). A phenomenological study of teachers of advanced classes in low-income schools. Poster presented at 11 th Annual Pathways Student Research Symposium, Commerce. 11 of 11

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