Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
Michael F. DiPaola
Paul R. Kuettner
The purpose of the phenomenological study was to examine and understand public high schools, grades 9-12, which have implemented the full integration of global competency skills as an integral part of their core mission. This study also explored, how school leaders ensured that global competency skills are developed, implemented and integrated across all content areas. Data were collected through interviews, document analysis, foreign language student enrollment data and observation. Participants included Central office school program administrators, principals, assistant principals, directors of guidance, Global program directors and World Language Department Leaders.
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Staudt, Bettina, "Developing Global Competency Skills in Grades 9-12: Implications for School Leadership" (2016). Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects. William & Mary. Paper 1463410683.