The Episcopal School of Dallas

ESD’s Academic Dean Eric Boberg’s work, “The effects of integrated transformational leadership on achievement” co-authored with S. J. Bourgeois and published in the Journal of Educational Administration (2016), was cited five times in Hallinger, Gümüs, and Bellibas’s “'Are principals instructional leaders yet?' A science map of the knowledge base on instructional leadership, 1940–2018.” published in Scientometrics (2020). Boberg’s citations are found in three crucial areas: as an advocate for integrated models of school leadership, as scholar who uses advanced statistical models in his research, and as the trend for the future.

“To be included with internationally acclaimed researchers is an honor,” said Dr. Boberg. “Hallinger is one of the top five in school leadership research.”

The article’s abstract reports “both author co-citation and co-word analyses revealed the emergence of ‘integrated models of school leadership’ in which instructional leadership is enacted in concert with dimensions drawn from complementary leadership approaches.” 

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