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Authors: Dr. Cheryl Kelsey is an Assistant Professor with Texas A & M San Antonio, teaching graduate courses in Educational Administration. cheryl.kelsey@tamus.edu

Dr. Patti Birney is Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction with East Central ISD and adjunct with Texas A & M San Antonio, teaching courses in Educational Administration. patricia.birney@ecisd.net

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