William Kyle Ingle: UCEA EC 2012 Candidate Interview

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UCEA Headquarters doctoral student Erin Anderson interviews Executive Committee candidate William Kyle Ingle.

Candidate Bio:

William Kyle Ingle is Assistant Professor in the School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Policy at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He currently serves as the Program Coordinator for the Master’s program in Educational Administration and Supervision. His research interests include human resource functions in education and the politics and costs of school levies. His research has been published in the American Journal of Education, Educational Administration Quarterly, Education Finance and Policy, Educational Policy, Leadership and Policy in Schools, Midwestern Educational Researcher, Policy Studies Journal, the Journal of Educational Administration, the Journal of School Public Relations, the Journal of Education Finance and the Journal of Education Policy. Prior to beginning his doctoral studies at Florida State University, Dr. Ingle was employed by the Jackson County (Mississippi) School District. Dr. Ingle has worked on a research team for the James B. Hunt Institute for Educational Research and Policy and the National Research Council. Working with colleagues from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Texas A&M University, and the Florida Department of Education, the team was tasked with identifying the major activities and costs associated with standards-based K-12 educational systems.  Dr. Ingle currently serves as co-editor of the Politics of Education Association Bulletin and on the Editorial Review Board of the Journal of School Leadership. Ingle has served as the Plenum Representative for BGSU since 2008, chairing BGSU’s UCEA membership committee, in 2009. Ingle also represents UCEA as the Co-coordinator of the William L. Boyd National Education Politics Workshop.

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