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    [Section_Value4] => <p><strong>Education:</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
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<li>B.A. from the Michigan State University</li>
<li>J.D. from Thomas M. Cooley Law School</li>
<li>Ph.D. in Educational Policy, Planning and Leadership &ndash; The College of William and Mary</li>
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<p><strong>Research Interests:</strong> My research interests focus on legal issues pertaining to the evaluation and termination of tenured public school teachers for incompetence and poor performance.&nbsp; In addition, I am interested in the legal issues of student discipline, particularly policies and procedures that affect Fourth Amendment protections against unreasonable search and seizure.</p>
<p><strong>Professional Background: </strong>I was a practicing attorney for five years and focused my work on employment-related issues.&nbsp; As I transitioned into P-12 service, I built on the employment issues foundation and served as an executive director and assistant superintendent for human resources.&nbsp; In higher education, I have enjoyed working with aspiring administrators, engaging in the exploration of how law and policy impact administrative practice and have chaired and served on dissertation committees in leadership and policy studies.</p>
<p><strong>Personal Background:</strong> I am married to my husband, Ron.&nbsp; We have a Yorkshire Terrier, Chewey.&nbsp; I am an avid reader, particularly fiction in the area of espionage and intrigue.&nbsp; I enjoy golfing and travelling.</p>
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<li>M.S., Statistics, Brigham Young University, 1988</li>
<li>B.S., Statistics, Brigham Young University, 1987</li>
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<p><strong>Biography:</strong></p>
<p>Kimberlee Everson is a specialist in quantitative methods, including statistics and psychometrics. She joined the WKU faculty in 2014.</p>
<p><strong>Courses Taught:</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>EDFN 500 (Research Methods)</li>
<li>EDFN 501 (Educational Statistics)</li>
<li>EDLD 722 (Survey Methods for Educational Leaders)</li>
<li>EDFN 740 (Intermediate Statistics)</li>
<li>EDFN 744 (Advanced Research Methods)</li>
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<p><strong>Research Interests:</strong></p>
<p>My research interests focus on the use of statistical models to estimate teacher and school inputs to student outcomes. In addition, I examine quasi-experimental methods, particularly propensity score-based approaches.</p>
<p><strong>Selected Publications:</strong></p>
<ul>
<li>Everson, K.C., Feinauer, E., &amp; Sudweeks, R. (2013). Rethinking teacher evaluation: A conversation about statistical inferences and value-added models. <em>Harvard Educational Review, 83</em>, 349-370.</li>
<li>Everson, K.C. (2016). Value-added modeling and educational accountability: Are we answering the real questions? <em>Review of Educational Research, </em>1-36.</li>
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<h2>Degrees:</h2>
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<li>B.A., Philosophy, Religion, &amp; History, Western Kentucky University, 1993</li>
<li>M.A., History, Western Kentucky University, 2000</li>
<li>M.A.T., Education Administration, Oakland City University, 2003</li>
<li>Ph.D., Education Leadership &amp; Organizational Development, University of Louisville, 2008</li>
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<h2>Biography:</h2>
<p>Gary Houchens is a former social studies teacher, assistant principal, principal and district administrator, serving in both public and private school settings.&nbsp; He joined the WKU faculty in 2010.</p>
<h2>Courses Taught:</h2>
<ul>
<li>EDAD 576 (Issues and Trends in Education)</li>
<li>EDAD 590 (Administration of School Personnel)</li>
<li>EDAD 597 (Problems in Education Administratin)</li>
<li>EDAD 683 (Leading Teaching and Learning)</li>
<li>EDAD 684 (Instructional Leadership)</li>
<li>EDAD 696 (Advanced Organizational Theory)</li>
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<h2>Research Interests:</h2>
<p>My research interests focus on the inner lives of school leaders, including the intellectual, emotional, and spiritual aspects of leadership, and how these dimensions influence the practice of school administration.&nbsp; Current research studies focus on theories of practice for instructional leadership and using coaching protocols to enhance principals' self-reflection and self-awareness.</p>
<h2>Selected Publications:</h2>
<p>Houchens, G. W. (2012, December). The ritual "hazing" of assistant principals. School Administrator, 14-15.</p>
<p>Houchens, G. W., Hurt, J., Stobaugh, R., &amp; Keedy, J. L. (2012). Double-loop learning: A coaching protocol for enhancing principal instructional leadership. Qualitative Research in Education, 1(2), 135-178. <a href="http://www.hipatiapress.info/hpjournals/index.php/qre/article/view/287" target="_blank">http://www.hipatiapress.info/hpjournals/index.php/qre/article/view/287</a></p>
<p>Houchens, G. W, &amp; Keaster, R. D. (in press). Enhancing teacher leadership through instructional rounds: A district case study. In Warrick, D., &amp; Muller, J. (Eds.), Lessons in changing cultures: Learning from real world cases. Oxford, UK: RossiSmith Publishers.</p>
<p>Houchens, G. W., &amp; Keedy, J. L. (2009). Theories of practice: Understanding the practice of educational leadership. Journal of Thought, 44(3-4), 49-61. <a href="http://www.journalofthought.com/Issues/2009vol44issue34pdf/09houchens&amp;keedy.pdf" target="_blank">http://www.journalofthought.com/Issues/2009vol44issue34pdf/09houchens&amp;keedy.pdf</a></p>
<h2>Awards:</h2>
<p>Principal of the Year for work with at-risk students and their families, 2007.&nbsp; Awarded by the FamilyWorks Therapy, Bowling Green, KY.</p>
<h2>Outside Interests:</h2>
<p>Music, politics, outdoor sports (camping, canoeing, hiking)</p>
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<p><strong>Biography:</strong></p>
<p>Stacy Leggett is a former high school math and social studies teacher, a social studies instructional coach for the North Carolina Department of Public Administration for turnaround schools, a North Carolina school and district administrator, and adjunct instructor for The George Washington University. &nbsp;She joined the WKU faculty in 2016.</p>
<p><strong>Courses Taught:</strong></p>
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<li>EDAD 644 (Creating Organizational Structures and Operations)</li>
<li>EDAD 645 (Preparing for the Principalship)</li>
<li>EDAD 684 (Instructional Leadership)</li>
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<p><strong>Research Interests:</strong></p>
<p>Dr. Leggett&rsquo;s research interests include evaluating principals and teachers, building instructional capacity, and building leadership capacity.</p>
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<p>M.A.E., Middle grades education with an English emphasis, Western Kentucky University, 1998</p>
<p>Ed.D., Educational Leadership, Western Kentucky University, 2011</p>
<p><strong>Biography:</strong></p>
<p>Tom Stewart is a former English/language arts teacher (at the high school, middle school, and elementary school levels), Education Recovery Leader for the Kentucky Department of Education, Kentucky school district administrator, and university professor for Austin Peay State University. He joined the WKU faculty in 2015.</p>
<p><strong>Courses Taught:</strong></p>
<p>EDAD 640 (Introduction to School Leadership)</p>
<p>EDAD 641 (Building Culture and Community)</p>
<p>EDAD 684 (Instructional Leadership)</p>
<p>EDAD 686 (Principles of Supervision)</p>
<p>EDAD 694 (Seminar in Education Administration)</p>
<p><strong>Research Interests:</strong></p>
<p>Dr. Stewart's research interests include studying effects of contemplative leadership and mindfulness in schools and classrooms; employing the Enneagram to improve communication, school culture, and build higher-performing school leadership teams; more effective classroom and school-level formative assessment and standards-based grading.</p>
<p><strong>Selected Publications:</strong></p>
<p>Stewart, T.A. (2014). Reflecting on Thomas Merton's "In Silence." In Integrator, S., &amp; Scribner, M. (Eds.), <em>Teaching with heart: Poetry that speaks to the courage to teach. </em>San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.</p>
<p>Stewart, T.A., &amp; Houchens, G.W. (2014) Deep impact: How a job-embedded formative assessment professional development model affected teacher practice. <em>Qualitative Research in Education</em>, <em>3</em>(1), 51-82.</p>
<p>Stewart, T.A., &amp; Houchens, G.W. (2013, January). That's me: Using Ennea-type profiles to enhance school leader effectiveness. <em>Nine Points Magazine</em>.</p>
<p>Stewart, T.A. (2012, January). Utilizing the Enneagram to differentiate classroom instruction. <em>Nine Points Magazine.</em>&nbsp;</p>
<p><strong>Awards:</strong></p>
<p>Professor of the Semester, Fall 2013. Awarded by the Student Tennessee Education Association, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN.</p>
<p><strong>Outside Interests:</strong></p>
<p>Reading, hiking, music.</p>
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<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; B.B.A., Accounting, Baylor University</p>
<p>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; M.A., Literature, Truman State University</p>
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<p><strong>Biography:</strong></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Dr. Kristin Bailey Wilson joined WKU in 2013 as an Associate Professor in the Department of Educational Administration, Leadership and Research. Previously, she served as a faculty member at the University of Louisville. Dr. Wilson has 15 years of experience in the community college setting, including as a professor, division chair, faculty senate chair, and academic dean.</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><strong>Courses Taught:</strong></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<ul>
<li>EDFN 500: Research Methods</li>
<li>EDFN 603: Qualitative Research in Education</li>
<li>EDFN 675: Higher Education in America</li>
<li>EDFN 724: Leadership in Community &amp; Technical Colleges</li>
<li>EDFN 728: Postsecondary Economics and Finance</li>
<li>EDFN 795: Special Topics (College Choice &amp; Retention Theories)</li>
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<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><strong>Research Interests:</strong></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Dr. Wilson&rsquo;s research interests include using critical frameworks to understand the college-going decisions and experiences of marginalized populations (e.g., veterans, single mothers, LGBTQ), as well as community college administration and leadership.</p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p><strong>Selected Publications:</strong></p>
<p>&nbsp;</p>
<p>Mahan, D., Wilson, K. B., Petrosko, J. M., &amp; Luthy, M. R. (2014). Is retention enough? Learning</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">and satisfaction of first-generation college seniors. <em>Kentucky Journal of Higher Education Policy and </em></p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;"><em>Practice,</em> <em>3</em>(1), 1-31.</p>
<p>Davidson, C., &amp; Wilson, K. B. (2013/2014). Reassessing Tinto&rsquo;s concepts of social and academic</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">integration in student retention. <em>Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory &amp; Practice</em>,</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;"><em>15</em>(3), 329-346.</p>
<p>Hutchens, N. H., &amp; Wilson, K. B. (2013). &ldquo;But we don&rsquo;t want them in our group:&rdquo; Legal challenges</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">by student organizations to campus nondiscrimination policies <em>Journal of College and University </em></p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;"><em>Law,</em> <em>39</em>(3), 541-566.<em> </em></p>
<p>Wilson, K. B., Smith, N. L., Lee. A. L., &amp; Stevenson, M. A. (2013). When the Army post is the</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">campus: Understanding the social and academic integration of soldiers attending college.</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;"><em>Journal of College Student Development</em>, <em>54</em>(6), 628-642.</p>
<p>Githens, R. P., Sauer, T. M., Crawford, F. L., &amp; Wilson, K. B. (2012). Online occupational education</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">in community colleges: Prevalence, programming, and connection with workforce development</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">needs. <em>Career and Technical Education Research,</em> <em>37</em>(1), 35-56.</p>
<p>Wilson, K. B., &amp; Cox, E. M. (2012). &ldquo;I need a hero; I&rsquo;m holding on for a hero &lsquo;til the end of the</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;">night:&rdquo; A discourse analysis of protrayals of community college leadership in the</p>
<p style="padding-left: 30px;"><em>Chronicle</em>.&nbsp;<em>Community College Journal of Research and Practice, </em>36(4), 279-290.</p>
<p>Wilson, K. B. (2011). Opening Pandora&rsquo;s Box: An Autoethnographic Study of&nbsp; Teaching. <em>Qualitative </em></p>
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