Rural Education SIG 102
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Rural Education SIG 102
 
SIG Purpose
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The Rural Education Special Interest Group (SiG) promotes scholarly conversation about the lives of rural people, places and their schools through research and provides a forum for dissemination of this research. This group is part of the American Educational Research Association.

In addition to this web site, SIG information can also be disseminated through its blog:http://ruralsig.blogspot.com/. In the near future, we hope to make the blog integral to the current website, but for now, providing the link is all we have the capability of doing.

 
 
Message from SIG Chair
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Kim Jones completed the EdD at Ohio University and received the RE-SIG dissertation of the year award in 2005. Her study, which was subsequently published in Education Policy Analysis Archives, uncovered significant contextual influences on superintendents’ leadership practices. Previously a teacher and then middle-school principal, Kim currently serves as superintendent of the Trimble Local School District, in Gloucester, Ohio, in the Appalachian part of the state.
 
 
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