|Me, with my wife Adriana, our sons Liam and Aidan, and our daughter Avery.|
University of Southern California, Rossier School of Education, Ph.D., Education (2005)
California State University, Los Angeles, Charter College of Education, M.A., Education Administration (2002)
Advanced School Law, Fall 2008
Peer Reviewed Publications
Glenn, W. J. (2009 – In press). Assessment for Learning in K-12 Science Departments: A Case Study. Journal of MultiDisciplinary Evaluation.
Glenn, W. J., Picus, L. O., Odden, A., & Aportola, A. (2009 – In press). The equity of school facilities funding: Examples from Kentucky. Education Policy Analysis Archives.
Glenn, W. J. (2009). School finance adequacy litigation and student achievement: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Education Finance, 34(3), 247-266.
Glenn, W. (2008). Does school finance adequacy litigation pay off for students? Evidence from the 2003 NAEP. International Journal of Educational Leadership Preparation, 3(1). Available from the Connexions Web site: http://cnx.org/content/m16630/latest/
Glenn, W. (2008). A practical new approach to teaching data analysis to future school leaders: Using common technology to guide data-driven decision making. VSTE Journal, 22(2).
Creighton, T., & Glenn, W. (July 2008). University teaching that improves school leadership: Basic techniques to help principals use data effectively. NCPEA Education Leadership Review 9 (2).
Kezar, A., Glenn, W. J., Lester, J., & Nakamato, J. (2008). Examining contextual features that affect implementation of equity initiatives. Journal of Higher Education, 79(2), 125-159.
Glenn, W. J. ( 2007, May 31 ). Regulating Student Created Websites: Free Speech in Cyberspace. Connexions. Available on-line at: http://cnx.org/content/m14559/latest/
Glenn, W. J. and Picus, L. O. (2007). The Williams Settlement and the Prospects for Future School Finance Adequacy Litigation in California. Journal of Education Finance, 32(3), 382- 394.
Glenn, W. J. (2006). Separate But Not Yet Equal: The Relationship Between School Finance Adequacy Litigation and African American Student Achievement. Peabody Journal of Education. 81(3), 63-93.
Picus, L.O., Marion, S., Calvo, N. and Glenn, W. J. (2005). Understanding the Relationship between Student Achievement and the Quality of Educational Facilities: Evidence from Wyoming. Peabody Journal of Education. 80(3), 71-95.
Glenn, W. J. (September 2006). Does School Finance Adequacy Litigation Benefit Students? School Business Affairs, 72(9), 37-40.
Glenn, W. J., Picus, L. O., Marion, S., and Calvo, N. (May 2006). School Facility Quality and Student Achievement in Wyoming. School Business Affairs 72,(5), 12-16.
Glenn, W. J., Picus, L. O., Odden, A. R., & Aportela, A. (2006). An analysis of the equity of school facilities funding in Kentucky. (Prepared for the Kentucky Department of Education.) North Hollywood, CA: Lawrence O. Picus & Associates.
Odden, A. R., Picus, L. O., Goetz, M., Fermanich, M., Seder, R. C., Glenn, W. J., & Nelli, R. (2005). An evidence based approach to recalibrating Wyoming’s block grant school funding formula. (Prepared for the Wyoming Legislative Select Committee on Recalibration.) North Hollywood, CA: Lawrence O. Picus & Associates. The report is available on-line at: http://legisweb.state.wy.us/2006/interim/schoolfinance/Recalibration/WY%20RecaFinal.pdf