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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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Newsletter Features

  • Normore, A.H., Cunahan, E., Watts, M. (2008). Point/Counterpoint:Potential and Problems of EducationalLeadership in International Perspective(s). Three views represented: USA, Philippines, and United Kingdom. UCEA Review, University Council of Educational Administration, 69(2), 14-16.
  • Normore, A. H., & Mary V. Alfred (2006, Summer).Leading change in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools: A conversation with Irving Hamer, Part II. School Leadership News: American Educational Research Associationís Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 16, 7-13.
  • Normore, A. H., & Mary V. Alfred (2006, Spring). Leading change in the School Improvement Zone of Miami-Dade County Public Schools: A conversation with Irving Hamer, Part I, School Leadership News: American Educational Research Associationís Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 15, 6-10.
  • Normore, A. H., & Moses, R. (2006). From a pivotal Civil Rights activist to radical equations: Grassroots leadership and lessons for educational leaders. A conversation with Robert Moses. UCEA Review, University Council of Educational Administration, 67(1), 19-22.
  • Normore, A. H., & Delpit, L. (2004). Leading other peopleís children: A conversation with Lisa Delpit. School Leadership News: American Educational Research Associationís Division A Newsletter: Administration, Organization, and Leadership, 8, 11-13.
  • Normore, A. H. (2003). No principal left behind: The summer 2003 Technology Leadership Institute, Technology Bytes Newsletter, Florida International University, 2(1), 3.

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