Chair, Educational Leadership and Online Programs
Executive Director and Senior Fellow, Center for PAInT
Dr. Brianne L. Reck is an Associate Professor of Educational Leadership in the College of Education. A former middle school teacher and administrator, and a graduate of University of Virginia, Dr. Reck joins the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee faculty after serving for eight years as Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg, and two years at the University of North Carolina Wilmington in the same capacity. In Virginia, North Carolina, and in Florida, she has worked extensively with local school districts to develop District/University partnerships to foster teacher leadership, engage families and communities to support student learning, and to prepare educational leaders who create safe and equitable learning environments for all students. Dr. Reck’s teaching and scholarship address models of supervision that enhances teacher interaction, the equitable implementation of educational policy, the creation of effective learning environments and opportunities for traditionally underrepresented populations.
Ph..D., Educational Administration and Supervision, University of Virginia
M.Ed., Reading, Virginia Commonwealth University
B.S. History and Social Science Education, Virginia Commonwealth University
B.A. History and Philosophy, Randolph-Macon College
Reck, B.L.(2011). Leaders and Leadership, In North Carolina Ready Schools toolkit2: Community-district team development. Pathways to success for young children pre-kindergarten through third grade. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Partnership for Children, http://www.ncreadyschools.org/
Reck, B.L.(2011). Teacher Supports and Adult Learning Communities. In North Carolina eady Schools toolkit2: Community-distric team development. Pathways to success for young children pre-kindergarten through third grade. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Partnership for Children, http://www,ncreadyschools.org/
Reck, B.L., & Heaton, C.R. (2010). Clarity about collaboration: Principals making sense of teacher interactions. International Journal of Leadership Preparation.
Beck, B.L., & Toler, S. (2009). The criminalization of youth misconduct. A report prepared for the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County.
Mayberry, M., Reck, B.L., & Chenneville, T. (2008). Toward creating effective educational environments: A study of gay-straight alliances in Pinellas County high schools Report prepared for : Pinellas County Schools, Research and Accountability Department.
Fueyo, V., Reck, B.L., & Nutta, J. (2007). Expanding the Impact of Democratic Teacher Education through Teacher Leadership inDemocracy and Civic Engagement: Implications for Teacher Preparation. Democracy Project.
Fields, L., Reck, B.L., & Egley R..(2006). Managing marginal employees: Applying standards-based performance measures. Lanham, MD. Rowan & Littlefield.
Reck, B. L. & Bartlett, M.J. (2005). Equal protection, social and legal issues surrounding student sexual orientation and gender identity: A policy analysis. Published Proceedings of Educational Law Association Conference, Memphis, TN, November 17-19, 2005.
Reck, B. L. & Mattiace, L. (2005). Toward creating effective educational environments: perceptions of collaborative efforts to support sexual minority youth. Published Proceedings of University Council for Educational Administration Annual Conference, Nashville, TN. November 10-13, 2005.
Duke, D., & Reck, B. (2003). The evolution of educational accountability in the old dominion in D. Duke, Tucker, P., Grogan, M., & Heinecke, W. (eds.), Educational leadership in an age of accountability, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Egley, R., Reck, B. & Fields, L. (2003). Valuable Asset or Cheap Labor: The Adjunct Professor. Invited article. AASA Professor-Special Edition-"The Adjunct Professor". V26, N1.
Grogan, M., & Reck, B. (2002). Superintendents and school board members grappling with zero tolerance. in G.M. Perreault & F.C. Lunenburg (Eds.), The changing world of school administration (pp. 109-130). Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc.