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Publications

REGINALD L GREEN

Professor

Leadership

Office Location: 123 Ball Hall

Phone: (901) 678-3445

Email: rlgreen1@memphis.edu

  • Green, Reginald Leon. (1974). Teaching In The Inner City and Liking It. Missouri: University of Missouri-Columbia.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (2005). Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-based Approach To Implementing The ISLLC Standards (2nd ed.). Columbus, OH: Merrill Prentice-Hall 
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (2009). Practicing the Art of Leadership: A Problem-based Approach To Implementing The  ISLLC Standards (3th ed.). Columbus, Ohio: Merrill Prentice Hall. 
  • Green, Reginald Leon (2010). The Four Dimensions of Leadership: A Framework for Leading 21st Century Schools   
  • Green, R. L. (2013). Practicing the art of leadership: A problem-based approach to implementing the ISLLC standards 4th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc. 
  • Green, R. L. (2013). Instructional manual for practicing the art of leadership: A problem-based approach to implementing the ISLLC Standards. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.   

  • Horton-Hobson, L.D., Green, R. L. & Duncan, B. (2009). The usage of the southern regional education board (SREB) critical successful factors in deleloping teache leaders to assume instructional leadership responsibilities. International Journal of Teacher Leadership, Volume 2, Number 2,http://www.csupomona.edu/ijtl ISSN: 1934-9726. 
  • Green, R. L. & Cypress, S. (2009). Instructional leadership: A model for change in alternative middle schools. The Middle Grade Journal, Volume 4, Number 3.
  • Green, Reginald L. (1989). Cincinnati's bold new venture: A unified K-12 reading /communication arts program. Reading Improvement. pp. 247-253.
  • Green, Reginald L. (1994). Who's in charge of the schoolhouse? Education. 4, pp.557-559.
  • Green, Reginald L. and Spence, S. (1994). Does restructuring sacrifice equity in pursuit of excellent? AASA Professor. 5, pp. 1-4.
  • Green, Reginald L. (1995). A third-grade guarantee. The American School Board Journal. 9, pp.30-31.
  • Green, Reginald L. (1996). Preparing leaders for schools of today and tomorrow. AASA Professor. 3, (19), pp. 4-6.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (1997). In search of nurturing schools: Creating effective learning conditions. NASSP Bulletin. 589, (81), pp. 47-49.   
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (1998). The existence of nurturing characteristics in schools and its effects on student discipline, student attendance and eighth grade proficiency test scores. American Secondary Education. 26, (4), pp. 7- 14.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (1999). Nurturing the self that children bring to school. Guidance and Counselling 14, (3), pp. 21-23.
  • Green, Reginald Leon and Etheridge, Carol. (1999). Building collaborative relationships for instructional improvement. Education. 120 (2), pp.388-396.  
  • Green, Reginald Leon and Etheridge, Carol. (2001). Collaboration to establish standards and accountability: Lessons learned about systemic change. Education. 121(4), pp 821- 829.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (2000). A B C's for effective schools: Processes for meeting the needs of all students. In Sheila T. Gregory (Ed.), "The academic achievement of minority students: Comparative perspectives, practices, and prescriptions." New York: University Press of America, Inc.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (2001). New paradigms in school relationships: Collaborating to enhance student achievement. Education 121 (4), pp. 737-742.
  • Livingston, Martha J., Green, Reginald, Davis, Larry T., and DeSpain, B.C. (2001). Superintendents As Educational Leadership Professors: A Guide For Administrators Seeking Careers In Higher Education. merican Association of School Administrators Conference: New Orleans, Louisiana. 
  • Livingston, Martha J., Davis, Larry T., DeSpain, B.C., and Green, Reginald. (1999). Superintendents As Educational Leadership Professors: A Guide For Administrators Seeking Careers In Higher Education. Education 122 (1), pp. 135-139.
  • Livingston, Martha J., Davis, Larry T., DeSpain, B.C., and Green, Reginald. (2000). Superintendents as educational leadership professors: A guide for administrators seeking careers in higher education. American Association of School Administrators Conference: Sandiego, CA.  
  • Green, Reginald L. (1971). A schoolhouse divided against itself cannot help kids. Edvance, 5, pp. 3-4.  
  • Green, Reginald L. (1995). Restructuring the primary grades. Global Visions For Counseling Professionals, 1, pp. 28-29.
  • Green, Reginald Leon. (1999). Nurturing students to success: A conversation with Samuel Polk. Global Visions For Counseling Professionals, 5 (1), pp. 12-14.
  • Ball, K. & Green, R. L. (2011). An investigation of elementary principles' attitudes toward the inclusion os students with disabilities in the general education setting (Under Review) 
  • Green, R. L. (2013). A response to the call for effective leadership in today's schools: Three essentials-preparation, competency, and dispositions. National FORUM of Applied Educational Research Journal, 26(1&2), 3-16.  
  • Crane, D. & Green, R. L. (2013). Exploring leader behavior informed by the thirteen core competencies and their influence on teacher job satisfaction. National FORUM of Applied Educational Research Journal, 26(1&2), 33-54.  
  • Green, R. L. & Cooper, T. (2013). An identification of the most preferred dispositions of effective school leaders. National FORUM of Applied Educational Research Journal, 26(1&2), 55-76.  
  • Griffin, S. & Green, R. L. (2013). Transforming high-poverty, underperforming schools: Practices, processes, and procedures. National FORUM of Applied Educational Research Journal, 26(1&2), 77-93.  
  • Thomas, I. & Green, R. L. (2015). Using instructional strategies to enhance student achievement. National Forum of Teacher Education Journal, vol. 25, N 3.
  • Jones, E. & Green, R. (2015). The existence of characteristics of professional learning communities in schools and its influence on teacher job satisfaction. Schooling, Vol. 6, No. 1.


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