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Anthony H. Normore, Ph.D.

Title: Associate Professor, Graduate Education

Department: Graduate Education

Office: COE 1447
Phone Extension: x3925
Email Username: anormore

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Grants Awarded

  • Alfred, M. V., & Normore, A. H. (Fall, 2005-2006). Professional development within the school improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools ($4,800.00, Deanís Research Grant)
  • Delpit, L., Normore, A. H., Wynne, J., Stepick, A., Alfred, M., et al., (2005). Evaluating the Superintendentís School Improvement Zone initiative in Miami-Dade County ($75,000.00, Miami-Dade County Public Schools)
  • Ilon, L., & Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). Cost effective inputs: Is class size reduction the best investment for Florida? ($5,000.00, Deanís Research Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). The leadership for learning/learning for leadership link: An online resource for South Florida educators ($2,500.00, Preparing Teachers for Tomorrow (PT3) Research Technology Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2003-2004). Leadership development programs in Broward County: A case study ($5,000.00, Deanís Research Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (2002-2003). Designing an online course in educational administration: The principalship-EDA6503 ($2,500.00, Preparing Teachers for Tomorrow (PT3) Research Technology Grant)
  • Normore, A. H. (Spring, 2001). Recruitment, socialization, and accountability of school administrators in two large urban school districts ($7,500.00, Ontario Principalís and Vice-Principalís Council Research Grant)

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