Dr. Kutsyuruba is an Assistant Professor, Educational Policy and Leadership, and an Associate Director of the Social Program Evaluation Group at the Faculty of Education, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Getting off on the Right Foot: Guiding Beginning Teachers with Supervision and Professional Development

This study examined beginning teachers’ perceptions of actual and ideal approaches to supervision and their perceived connection to professional development in selected Canadian and Ukrainian high schools.

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Ethical Challenges in School Administration: Perspectives of Canadian Principals

This article describes Canadian principals' understandings of ethical problems and challenges in schools, pressures and influences in making ethical decisions, and perceptions of the nature of ethical decision-making in schools.

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The Grounds and Strategies for Ethical Decision-making in Canadian Principalship

This article brings to description Canadian school principals’ perceptions of the factors that constitute their ethical decisions, the grounds, and the strategies for ethical decision-making in their school work.

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Published online: November 7, 2014

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Creating Supportive School Cultures for Beginning Teachers: Mitigating the Cultural Contextual Factors

This international systematic review explored formal support for beginning teachers’ transition into diverse teaching contexts. Findings suggest purposeful program design can mitigate against commonly noted challenges faced by beginning teachers.

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Published online: May 12, 2017

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