College of Education and Human Development
William Kyle Ingle, Ph.D.
School of Educational Foundations, Leadership and Policy
519 Education Building
Dissertation: The Relationship between Teacher Quality and Teacher Attrition
Thesis: An Historical Comparison of Systemic Education Reform Efforts in the United States and the United Kingdom, 1979-2000
B. A., History
EDLS 7310: Diversity and Cultural Leadership
Human Resource Functions in Education
Harris, D. N., Ingle, W. K., & Rutledge, S. A. (in press). How teacher evaluation methods matter for accountability: A comparative analysis of teacher ratings by principals and teacher value-added measures. American Educational Research Journal.
Bucher, J., & Ingle, W.K. (2013). An exploratory analysis of principals’ self-perceptions of curricular and instructional leadership: Evidence from Ohio. Journal of Educational Leadership in Action, 1(2). Available at http://www.lindenwood.edu/ela/issue02/bucherIngle.html
Ingle, W. K., & Petroff, R. A. (2013) Public entrepreneurs and the adoption of broad-based merit aid beyond the Southeastern United States. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 21 (58). Available at http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/article/view/1252
Ingle, W. K., Johnson, P. A., Givens, M., & Rampelt, J. (2013). Campaign expenditures in school levy campaigns and their relationship to voter approval: Evidence from Ohio, 2007-2010. Leadership & Policy in Schools, 12(1), 1-36.
Ingle, W. K., Johnson, P. A., & Petroff, R. A. (2012). “Hired guns” and “legitimate voices”: The politics and participants of levy campaigns in five Ohio school districts. Educational Administration Quarterly, 48(5), 814-858.
Ingle, W. K., Johnson, P. A., & Petroff, R. A. (2011). “A “tale of two cities”: A comparative case study of community engagement and costs in two levy campaigns. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 24 (2), 2-14.
Ingle, W. K., Rutledge, S. A., & Bishop, J. L. (2011). Context matters: Principals’ sensemaking of teacher hiring and on-the-job performance Journal of Educational Administration, 49 (5), 579-610.
Ingle, W. K., Petroff, R. A., & Johnson, P. A. (2011). Estimating resource costs of levy campaigns in five Ohio school districts. Journal of Education Finance, 37 (1), 52-71.
Ingle, W. K. (2010). Nothing’s free: Calculating the costs of volunteers. School Business Affairs, 76 (9), 28-32.
Petroff, R. A., & Ingle, W. K. (2010). Estimating all the costs: Some basics for district leaders. Journal of School Business Management, 22 (2), 11-17.
Ingle, W. K., & Rutledge, S. A. (2010). Hiring the “best applicant(s)” with limited options and policy constraints. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 13 (1), 37-47.
Harris, D. N., Rutledge, S. A., Ingle, W. K., & Thompson, C. T. (2010). Mix and match: What principals really look for when hiring teachers. Education Finance and Policy, 5(2), 228-246.
Rutledge, S. A. Harris, D. N., & Ingle, W. K. (2010). How principals ‘bridge and buffer’ the new demands of teacher quality and accountability: A mixed methods analysis of teacher hiring. American Journal of Education, 116 (2), 211-242.
Ingle, W. K. (2009). Teacher quality and attrition in a US school district. Journal of Educational Administration, 47 (5), 557-585.
Johnson, P. A., & Ingle, W. K. (2009). Campaign strategies and voter approval of school referenda: A mixed methods analysis. Journal of School Public Relations 30 (1), 51-71.
Rutledge, S. A., Harris, D. N., Thompson, C. T., & Ingle, W. K. (2008). Certify, blink, hire: An examination of the process and tools of teacher screening and selection. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 7(3), 237-263.
Cohen-Vogel, L., Ingle, W. K., Levine, A. A., & Spence, M. (2008). The “spread” of merit-based college aid: Politics, policy consortia, and interstate competition. Educational Policy, 22(3), 339-362.
Ingle, W. K., Cohen-Vogel, L., & Hughes, R. (2007). The public policy process among southeastern states: Elaborating theories of regional adoption and hold-out behavior. Policy Studies Journal, 35(4), 607-628.
Cohen-Vogel, L. & Ingle, W. K. (2007). When neighbours matter most: Innovation, diffusion and state policy adoption in tertiary education. Journal of Education Policy, 22 (3), 241-262.
Ingle, W. K., & Cramer, T. (2013). Not just accountability: A cost effectiveness analysis of third grade reading diagnostic tools, in Barnett, B. G., Shoho, A. R., & Bowers, A. J. (Eds.), School and district leadership in an era of accountability – International Research on School Leadership Volume 4 (pp. 143-171). Charlotte, NC: Information Age.
Colwell, W. B., & Ingle, W. K. (2013). Searches in public schools. In M. A. Gooden, S. E. Eckes, J. F. Mead, L. R. McNeal, & M. S. Torres, Jr. (Eds.), The Principal’s Legal Handbook, Fifth Edition (pp. 39-64). Dayton, OH: Education Law Association.
Beckham, J. C., & Ingle, W. K. (2008). Searches in public schools. In K. Lane, M. Gooden, J. Mead, P. Pauken, & S. Eckes (Eds.), The Principal’s Legal Handbook, Fourth Edition (pp. 49-75). Dayton, OH: Education Law Association.
Technical Reports/ Policy Briefs
Ingle, W. K., & Johnson, P. A. (2009). School Levies in Ohio. Bowling Green, OH: Institute for Child & Family Policy.
Johnson, P. A ., & Ingle, W. K. (2009). Property taxes and school funding in Ohio. Bowling Green, OH: Institute for Child & Family Policy.
Harris, D. N., Taylor, L. L., Levine, A. A., Ingle, W. K., & McDonald, L. (2008). The resource costs of standards, assessments, and accountability: A final report to the National Research Council. Washington, D.C.: National Research Council.
Harris, D. N., & Ingle, K. (2004). An initial cost analysis of the State of Florida's role in alternative teacher certification. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.
Iatarola, P., & Ingle, K. (2004). An initial cost analysis of the Florida school districts' role in alternative teacher certification. Tallahassee, FL: Florida Department of Education.
Faculty Advisor, Hillel at BGSU
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Association for Education Finance and Policy