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Dr. Arthur J Borgemenke

Associate Professor and Interim Department Head

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #125

Phone: 903-886-5179

Email: Art.Borgemenke@tamuc.edu



Publications

Arrambide, M., (2015). Public schools and the border surge: challenges for school administrators. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 4(14). 150-152.

Borgemenke, A. J., (In Press). [Case study peer review of the textbook Educational Leadership in Action] Sadeghi, Leila with Kathe Callahan, Educational Leadership in Action, Routledge/Taylor & Francis, Expected Publication, Spring 2015.

Miley, J.,Borgemenke, A., Arrambide, M. (2014). Analyzing english language learner instruction programs using standardized student achievement test scores. Texas Association of Bilingual Educators Journal. 16(1) 196-214.

Borgemenke, A. J., Arrambide, M., Holt, W. C., (2014). Examining recurring critical events in school years using school district staff perspectives. Schooling. 5(1), 1-12.

Sanchez, H. T., Arrambide, M.,Borgemenke, A. J. (2014). Educating a diverse Borgemenke 10 student population in the era of accountability in J. A. Vornberg & W.D. Hickey (Eds.), Texas public school organization and administration: 2014. Dubuque, IA. Kendall Hunt.

Rowe, D.,Borgemenke, A. J. (2013) Measuring student attendance and academic performance at schools implementing character education programs. Global Education Review, 1(5), 54-60.

Roden, L. S.,Borgemenke, A. J., Holt, C., (2013) Improving the academic achievement of students with disabilities. National Forum Journals. 24(1). 1-7

Borgemenke, A.J., Fish, W. W., Holt, W. C. (2013) Universal course shell template design and implementation to enhance student outcomes in online coursework. The Quarterly Review of Distance Education 14(1), 2013. 17-23.

Brown, C., Borgemenke, A. J., Templeton, N. R., (2013) The consequences of nontraditional hires on educational administration programs. International Journal of Creative Research 7 (1). 1-18.

Borgemenke, A. J., Brown, C., (2013). Examining the educational leadership knowledge base: A 5-year citation analysis. Educational Leadership Review. 14 (1). 1-13.

Vornberg, J. A., Hickey, W. D., Borgemenke, A. J. (2012). Texas public school organization and administration: 2012. Dubuque, IA. Kendall Hunt.

Holt, C., Hinojosa, M., Borgemenke, A. J. (2012) A review and analysis of school funding equity and the effects of senate bill 1 on school district finance in texas. International Journal of Creative Research. 4 (1). 17-30.

Hendricks, L., Borgemenke, A. J., Hinijosa, M. (2012) Beyond alcohol and nicotine: Raising awareness levels of school adminstrators to synthetic drugs. National Forum of Education Administration and Supervision Journal. 30, (1), 45-51.

Borgemenke, A. J., Blanton, A. L., Kirkland, C. J., Woody, C. S. (2012). Avoiding the change trap: Strategies for school leaders in times of change. National Forum of Education Administration and Supervision Journal. 29, (2) 40-63.

Borgemenke, A. J., Hinojosa, M., Bone, J. A., & Slate, J. R. (2012). Teacher and student ethnicity in texas elementary charter schools: Changes in the past 11 school years. The Charter Schools Resource Journal. 8. 1-23.

Borgemenke, A. J. (2011). School administrators sound off: Perceived efficacy of principal preparation programs from select focus group responses. International Journal of Business and social Science, 2 (22). 15-18.

Holt, C., Hinojosa, M., Borgemenke, A. (2011). Hispanic students and hispanic teachers:  A comparison of student demographics and teacher employment rates in northeast texas public schools. Texas Association of Bilingual Educators Journal, 13, 74-82.

Hinojosa, M., Borgemenke, A., Holt, C., Brown, C. (2011). Hispanic school leaders and hispanic students in northeast texas school districts: A correlational study. International Journal of Creative Research, 6(1). 86-96.

Borgemenke, A. J. (2011). Developing capital improvement in principal preparation programs. School Leadership Review, 6 (2). 5-22.

Borgemenke, A.J., Hinojosa, M., Holt, C., Lumadue, R., Roberson, S., & Waller, R. (2011). The availability of higher education services to students with disabilities in large city urbanized areas. Spaces and Flows: An International Journal of Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, 1 167-172.

Borgemenke, A.J., (2010). [Review of the book Sabbaticals 101: A Practical Guide for Academics & Their Families. By N. Matthews] New Forums Press, 24,2.

Gardener, C., Borgemenke, A. J. (2007). Improving student outcomes in rural and small schools. Education in rural Australia, vol. 17, 2007.

Borgemenke, A.J., Hurley, S. (2005). A classroom teacher’s guide to textbook adoptions. Texas State Journal of Reading, Fall 2005. From http://www.tsra.us/state_of_reading.htm.

Borgemenke, A. J., (2001). Disproportional Representation of Low-SES Minority Students in Restrictive Education Placements. 55th Annual Conference of the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration. Houston, TX, August 7-11.

Borgemenke, A. J., Perrotto, L.,(1998). Technology for the Visually Impaired: Hi and Lo-tech Strategies in the Classroom and on the Classroad CSUN Conference Proceedings, Spring 1998

Borgemenke, A. J., (1993). Holistic assessment. The New Mexico Journal of Reading, Fall/Winter 1993.

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