Jeffrey V. Bennett
Assistant Professor, Education and Policy Studies
Jeffrey V. Bennett is Assistant Professor of Educational Policy Studies in the University of Arizona College of Education. HIs research explores K-12 collaborative leadership, capacity-building (i.e., organizational, community, civic), school-community partnerships, and schooling in diverse communities and democratic society.
Bennett, Jeffrey V. 2012. “‘Democratic’ Collaboration for School Turnaround in Southern Arizona.” International Journal of Educational Management 26(5): 442-451. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/09513541211240237
Dugan, Thad, Jeffrey Bennett and Rose Ylimaki. 2012. “Funds of Knowledge and Culturally Responsive Leadership: Transforming a Failing School in a Postcolonial Border Context.” Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 15(3): 56-65. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1555458912461317.
Ylimaki, Rose, Jeffrey Bennett, Jingjing Fan and Elia Villaseñor. 2012. “Notions of ‘Success’ in Southern Arizona Schools: Principal Leadership in Changing Demographic and Border Contexts.” Leadership & Policy in Schools 11(2): 168-193.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15700763.2011.585539.
Bennett, Jeffrey V. and Hugh C. Thompson. 2011. “Changing District Priorities for School-Business Collaboration: Superintendent Agency and Capacity for Institutionalization.” Educational Administration Quarterly 47(5): 826-868. http://eaq.sagepub.com/content/47/5/826