The School Leadership Review is a nationally refereed journal sponsored and published by the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration and is designed to offer a publishing opportunity to professors of educational leadership across the country on topics related to school administration.

School Leadership Review is published twice annually. The fall edition is general topics publication. Manuscripts for fall publication will be considered until September 1 each year.

The Spring issue is a themed issue that coincides with the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) Mid-Winter Conference. Manuscripts for the spring publication will be considered until March 1 each year.

The Spring/Summer 2023 issue theme is Dare to Lead.

Possible topics include:

  • Advocacy & Legislative Policy.
  • Assessment & Accountability.
  • College & Career Readiness.
  • University and P-12 Partnerships.
  • Instructional Leadership and Digital Learning.
  • Leadership development for equitable education.
  • Innovative Learning and Student Supports.
  • Transformational Leadership.
  • Innovative School Improvement Designs

Follow 7th edition of APA Publication Manual for style and reporting standards for findings. See  Manuscript Preparation Guidelines for details.

Current Issue: Volume 17, Issue 1 (2022) Fall/Winter 2022

From the Editors...

Hot off the presses, the Fall/Winter 2022 issue of School Leadership Review provides a great mixture of scholarship on topics from matters of diversity and equity to organizational safety and health. Once again, we want to thank all the authors and reviewers for making this an exceptional issue and we hope the content is both informative and valued for your practice as an educational leader.



Difference in Preparedness: Do School Staff Feel Prepared for an Active Shooter or Attack?
Susanne R. Gaal, Matthew B. Fuller, Stacie Szaal, Katherine Linn, and Cherokee Ford


School Leadership Assessment of Teachers’ Work-Life Balance: Perceptions and Professional Learning Needs During a Global Health Pandemic
Juliann Sergi McBrayer, Summer Pannell, Alissa Sasser, Katherine Fallon, and Katarina Evans


Social Media Practices of School Administrators: The Time is Now
Heather Bowman, Michelle Giles, Amy Orange, John Decman, and Jana M. Willis


Curated Conferences to Strengthen Equity Leadership Capacity: A Case Study of Aspiring School Leaders
Heidi Von Dohlen, Jessica Weiler, Emily E. Virtue, and Catherine Andrews


Parent Perspectives of Digital Learning Experiences: A Phenomenological Study
Keiyana Wilson, Kathryn Washington, Kelly Brown, Quentin Bellard, and Tilisa Thibodeaux