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Catholic school in the ISSPP, we added four additional interview questions to the protocol which asked the participants to rate the school's Catholic identity and whether, how, and to what extent this was evidenced in the daily life of the school.
The International Successful School Principals Project (ISSPP) seeks to do just this, and to identify both similarities and dissimilarities in the conditions and work of successful principals across eight countries.
Four seminal studies in the early 2000s acted as the foundation for the ISSPP research in the areas of leading schools in times of change (Day, Harris, Hadfield, Tolley, & Beresford, 2000), successful school leadership (Gurr, Drysdale, Natale, Ford, Hardy, & Swan, 2003), leadership for school-community partnerships (Kilpatrick, Johns, Mulford, Falk, & Prescott, 2002), and leadership for organizational learning and improved student outcomes (Mulford, Silins, & Leithwood, 2004).
The general codes were determined by the larger ISSPP research protocol that was driven by research questions such as, Do different countries have different ways of defining success?