An Examination of the Instructional Liaison between the Principal and Instructional Coach through the Distributed Leadership Perspective

Ryan Gettings, Barbara N. Martin


This multiple case study investigation explored the instructional relationship between the principal and instructional coach through the conceptual framework of distributed leadership. By studying this through the distributive leadership perspective, educators will better understand the relational and implementation aspects considered to fully leverage the role of the instructional coach and continue towards the improvement of classroom instruction. The findings of this study illustrated the possibility of insight into the leadership capacity of the secondary instructional coach and the principal that added to both practice and scholarship.

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