Ph.D., University of Minnesota
BetsAnn Smith is an associate professor of K-12 educational administration. Her interests stretch across areas of school reform, school development, the contributions of administrator, teacher and student leadership to school improvement, leadership learning and the implementation of policy. Much of her work has been in the U.S., but has recently been engaged in leadership development work internationally. A former coordinator for K-12 programming, she has helped redesign master level leadership development programs and contributed to the creation of a novel Ed.D. for school and community leaders. Some of her current work focuses on the development of new leader roles in schools, on the influences of school organizational routines on teacher's time use and instructional quality and on the interactive affects of performance metrics on school organizational community.