The JRLE Best Article award Award is given annually to the author(s) of the most outstanding article published in Journal of Research on Leadership Education (JRLE) during the preceding volume year. The article selection is made by a member panel chosen from the JRLE Editorial Board members who have not published in the volume being reviewed.
The JRLE Best Article Award was established in 2014. Contributions to the award fund are welcome and should be sent to UCEA, University of Virginia, Curry School of Education, 405 Emmet Street, Charlottesville, VA 22942-0265.
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The list of the winners is:
Anjalé D. Welton (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Melissa A. Martinez (Texas State University)
Straddling Cultures, Identities, and Inconsistencies: Voices of Pre-Tenure Faculty of Color in Educational Leadership
Michael D. Steele (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Kate R. Johnson (Brigham Young University), Samuel Otten (University of Missouri), Beth A. Herbel-Eisenmann (Michigan State University), and Cynthia L. Carver (Oakland University)
Improving Instructional Leadership Through the Development of Leadership Content Knowledge: The Case of Principal Learning in Algebra. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, February, 2015; vol. 10, 2: pp. 127–150., first published on February 2, 2015
Chad R. Lochmiller, Indiana University
Leadership Coaching in an Induction Program for Novice Principals: A 3-Year Study. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, April 2014; vol. 9, 1: pp. 59-84., first published on September 3, 2013
Philip V. Robey and Scott C. Bauer
Change in University-Based Programs of Educational Leadership: How Responsive Have Programs Been? Journal of Research on Leadership Education, December 2013; vol. 8, 3: pp. 261–279., first published on August 6, 2013