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									                                              CLETUS R. BULACH

                                        7256 Confederate Lane
                                         Villa Rica, GA 30180
                               770-214-8318 (home) 770-605-8724 (cell)
                    e-mail: cbulach@comcast.net website (http://westga.edu/~cbulach)

PERSONAL

Children:                  Five (all grown)

Health:                    Excellent

Hobbies:                   Golf, Jogging, and Fishing

Military Service:          Three years in the 82nd Airborne Division

EDUCATION

 UNIVERSITY                                     DEGREE                    MAJOR

University of Cincinnati                      Doctor in Education      Education Administration
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221                                                 Social Psychology, and Curriculum

Xavier University                             Master in Education      Education Administration
Cincinnati, Ohio 45207

University of Cincinnati                      Bachelor in Education    Social Studies & German
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221

OTHER TRAINING

University of Minnesota                    German Immersion Training
University of Idaho                        Group Trainer in Human Relations and Problem Solving
Akron University                           Hunter's Essential Elements of Instruction
Murray State University                    Kentucky Teacher Intern Training
Murray State University            Kentucky Principal Intern Training
Murray State University            Principal's Assessor Training (NASSP)
University of Louisville                   Mentor/Coaching Training (NASSP)
West Georgia College                       Principal's Assessor Training (NAESP)

                                                CERTIFICATION

Superintendent's Certificate - Ohio and Kentucky
Teacher's Certificate- Ohio and Kentucky (German and Social Studies)

                                DOCTORAL DISSERTATION
"An Investigation of the Relationship of Group Openness and Group Trust to Group Decisions
              Involving Risk." A summary is available upon request.

                                       PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


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2000-present
CEO - Professional Development and Assessment Center personnel provide data collection and staff
       development services to school districts throughout the US and to English speaking schools in the Far
       East and South America. Surveys that measure school culture and climate, leadership behavior,
       student character behavior, bullying behavior, teacher caring behaviors, and levels of openness and
       trust are provided. Center personnel specialize in research design and grant writing. The Center motto
       is we specialize in change and measuring whether it has occurred. The website for the Center is
       http://www.westga.edu/~cbulach. Research conducted with the above surveys can be found there.

December 2003-present
Associate Professor Emeritus – University of West Georgia. Duties include teaching graduate level courses
and supervising student teachers on an as needed basis.

August 1993-2003
Associate Professor - University of West Georgia in Carrollton, GA. Duties include: teaching graduate level
       courses in supervision, curriculum, research, finance, personnel, and leadership theory; supervising
       Educational Specialist research projects and internships, conducting research in the area of school
       climate. Related fields of research are levels of group openness and trust; leadership behaviors,
       character behaviors, bullying behaviors, and caring behaviors.

August 1990 to July 1993
Associate Professor - Murray State University in Murray, KY. Duties included: taught graduate level
               courses in supervision, group process, research, finance, and the superintendency; served as
       the executive secretary of the Western Kentucky Coalition for School-Based Decision Making; and
       conducted research from 46 schools in the area of school climate, group openness, and trust as they
       implemented the Kentucky Educational Reform Act.

July 1986 to August 1990
Superintendent - Norton City Schools in Norton, OH. On my arrival the Board was sharply divided              on
        many issues and there was a great deal of personal animosity. Three tax issues had failed. Since then
        two tax issues were passed and board members worked together, albeit not always harmoniously.
        Successful curriculum and staff development programs were implemented. A new set of policies, a
        grading and reporting practices handbook and an extra curricular activities handbook were developed.
        (2500 students)

November 1987 to 1989
Adjunct Associate Professor of Education Administration - the University of Akron. Responsibilities
              included teaching Collective Bargaining and other education administration courses.

July 1979 to 1986
Superintendent - New Lexington City Schools in New Lexington, OH. District wide programs for
                curriculum, discipline, public relations, volunteers, and staff development were implemented.
        Two tax issues were passed. (2100 students)

1985
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Education Administration - Ohio University. Responsibilities included
               teaching graduate courses on school law.

August 1976 to June 1979
Superintendent - Little Miami Local Schools in Warren County, OH. (3500 students)

March 1976 to June 1979

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Adjunct Assistant Professor - Wilmington College in Wilmington, OH--taught Social Psychology.

August 1973 to June 1976
Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction - Wilmington City Schools in Wilmington, OH.
(4000 students)

September 1972 to June 1973 (half-time)
Curriculum Specialist - the Hamilton County Board of Education in southern Ohio serving six school
              districts. (33,658 students)

June 1972 to June 1973 (half-time)
Program Associate for Staff Development - the University of Cincinnati, College of Education.

June 1971 to June 1972
Graduate Teaching Assistant - the University of Cincinnati.

February 1970 to June 1971
Building Administrator - the seventh grade at Schwab Junior High School in the Cincinnati Public
               Schools. (1800 students)

September 1967 to February 1970
Visual Aids Director and German Teacher - Western Hills High School in Cincinnati, OH.
       (3100 students)

September 1965 to October 1972
Teacher - the Hughes Adult Evening High School (German and History) in Cincinnati, OH.

            PRESENTATIONS, APPEARANCES, AND WORKSHOPS CONDUCTED

Instructional Improvement

―A Process for Creating a High Performing School.‖ A power point presentation (with Fred
       Lunenburg) at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration Summit at
Washington, DC. on 5-27-2005.

―A Four Phase Process for Creating a High Performing School.‖ A power point           presentation at
the 16th Annual At-Risk Youth National Forum at Myrtle Beach, NC. on 2-25-2004.

What Works and Does Not Work in Character Education! Poster session at the Mendelson
       Society Conference at the University of Notre Dame at South Bend, IN, on 3-13-2003.

The status of character education in West Virginia schools. Paper presented at the Eastern
      Education Research Association at Hilton Head SC , on 2-27, 2003.

The impact of demographic factors on school culture and climate. Paper presented at the
      Southern Regional Council of Educational Administrators in Jacksonville, FL on 11-3-
      2001.

A comparison of character traits for rural, suburban, and urban students. Paper presented at the
      Character Education Partnership Conference at Denver, CO on 10-18-2001.


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 A comparison of character traits for ROTC students versus Non-JROTC students.
       Paper presented at the Eastern Education Research Association at Hilton Head SC , on 2-
       15, 2001.
Evaluating the Effect of a Character Education Curriculum. A presentation at The Character
      Education Partnership National Forum at Philadelphia, PA, on 10-20-2000.

Strategies for Success in ESL Programs: From the Principals Office to the Classroom at the
                Tennessee Association of Middle Schools Conference at Gatlinburg, TN, on 6-27-2000
       (with D. Boothe, & W. Pickett).

"A Comparison of Character Values as Perceived by Students and Teachers at Differing Grade
              Levels." A presentation at the American Educational Research Association (with J.
     Butler) at San Diego, CA on 4-14-1998.

"A Process for Determining Which Character Values to Teach." A presentation at the Eastern
      Educational Research Association at Tampa, FL on 2-18-1998.

"Developing a Successful School to Work Program for School Dropouts." A presentation at the
       Third Joint National Conference on Transition from School to Careers (with Les Potter) on 11-
       21-97 at Orlando, FL. (proposal accepted)

"The Superintendent's Perspective on Organizing an Alternative School." A presentation at the
              School Alternatives Conference on 11-19-96 at Atlanta, GA.

"Behaviors that Create a Caring Learning Community." A presentation at the Southern Regional
      Council of Education Administration (with C. Brown & L. Potter) on 10-12-96 at Savannah, GA.

"Alternative Education: A Counseling Center for Expelled Students." A presentation at the School
       Alternatives Conference (with Les Potter) on 11-19-96 at Atlanta, GA.

"The Effect of Inclusion on the Behavior of Severe Behavior Disordered Students." A presentation
      at the National Dropout Prevention Conference (with D. Mills) on 3-24-96 at Tampa, FL.

"Developing A School Improvement Plan." A mini-workshop conducted in Georgia during the Fall of
       1995 for Harris County High School and in 1994 at Eastside Elementary School (Coweta Co.), E.
       Paulding Middle School (Paulding Co.), and Lake Harbin Elementary School (Clayton Co.).

"The Effect of School Climate on Student Achievement." A presentation to the Georgia Educational
               Research Association on 11-29-93 at Atlanta, GA.

"An Investigation of the Relationship of School Climate to Student Achievement." A presentation to
       the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration at Indiana State University in
       August of 1992 and to the American Association of School Administrators on 1-13-93 at
       Orlando, FL.

"Developing Your Mentoring Skills." A graduate level two semester hour workshop through the
       University of Akron during January of 1988.

"Least Restrictive Environment: Placement of Handicapped Children." Moderated a panel
       discussion for the Southeastern Ohio Educational Cooperative on 2-25-83 at Athens, OH.



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"Improving Instruction." A presentation for the Putnam County Administrators on 8-17-82 at Putnam
      County, OH.

"Career Education in the Schools." Chaired a panel discussion and made a presentation for the Tri-
             County Career Development Center on 1-24-81 and 2-6-82 at Athens, OH.

"Organizing for Curriculum Development." A presentation at the Ohio School Board Association
      Conference on 11-11-81 at Columbus, OH.

"A Model for Curriculum Organization and Innovation." A presentation at Wilmington College on
      11-18-75 at Wilmington, OH.

"Processes Involved in the Successful Implementation of an Innovation." Chaired a panel
       discussion for the National Diffusion Network Conference on 11-5-75 at Washington,           D.C.

"Facilitating Inquiry in the Classroom." Conducted a series of eleven workshops during the winter
                of 1973 for the faculty of the University of Cincinnati and teachers from the Forest Hills
        School District in Hamilton County, OH.

Management Related

The Status of Character Education in WV School Districts. A presentation to the WV Board of
       Education on 12-11-2003 at Charleston, WV.

Creating a School Culture that Promotes Good Citizenship. A presentation at the International
       Conference on Civic Education on 11-18-2003 at New Orleans, LA.

The Impact of Human Relations Training on Levels of Openness and Trust. A presentation at
      the American Educational Research Association on 4-13-2001 at Seattle, WA.

The Impact of Demographic Factors on School Culture and Climate. A presentation at the
      Southern Regional Council of Educational Administrators on !!-4-2001 at Jacksonville, Fl.

Analyzing the Leadership Behavior of School Principals. A presentation at the Association for the
      Advancement of Educational Research on 12-1-1999 at Pointe Vedra, Fl. (With D. Boothe, & P.
      Michael )

Leadership Techniques that Control or Empower Subordinates. A presentation at the Southern
      Regional Council of Education Administration on 11-15-99 at Charlotte, NC.

"Supervisory Behaviors that Affect School Climate." A presentation at the American Educational
      Research Association (with D Boothe & P. Michael) on 4-22-1999 at Montreal, Canada.

The Effect of Year Round School on School Climate. A presentation at the Association for the
      Advancement of Educational Research (with D. Hulsey and G. Douvanis) on 12-3-1998 at Pointe
      Vedra, FL.and a repeat presentation at the

        National Association for Year-round Education on 3-14-1999 at Atlanta, GA.

 "Behaviors that Affect the Supervisory Climate of Student Teachers." A presentation at the
       American Educational Research Association (with W. Pickett and D. Boothe) on 4-14-98 at San

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       Diego, CA.
"A Process for Determining Which Character Values to Teach." A presentation at the Eastern
      Educational Research Association on 2-18-98 at Tampa, FL.

"Developing Your Leadership Skills." A ten-hour workshop for leadership interns on 6-23-97 & 6-25-
       97 at Coweta County Schools.

"A Plan for Meeting the Professional Development Needs of Educational Leaders." A presentation
               at the Southern Regional Council of Education Administration (with L. Potter) on 10-11-
       97 at Charleston, SC.

"Mistakes Educational Leaders Make." A presentation at the Eastern Educational Research
       Association (with D. Boothe & W. Pickett) on 2-21-97 at Hilton Head, SC.

"A Research Design for Determining the Effectiveness of a School Improvement Plan.
      A presentation at the Eastern Educational Research Association (with F. Rodgers) on 2-21-97 at
      Hilton Head, SC.

"In-school Suspension: Is it Effective?" A presentation at the National Dropout Prevention
       Conference on 3-26-96 at Tampa, FL.

"Assessing the Effectiveness of School Climate Improvement Plans." A presentation at the American
       Educational Research Association on 2-11-96 at New York City.

"An Experiential Administrator Preparation Program." A presentation at the Southern Regional
      Council of Educational Administrators on 11-13-95 at Memphis, TN.

"The Effects of Training and Motivational Strategies Upon the Number of Custodial Complaints
      in an Urban High School." A presentation to the Georgia Educational Research Association on
      10-26-95 at Atlanta, GA.

"How an Elementary School Improved School Climate." A presentation at the Eastern Educational
            Research Association on 3-2-95 at Hilton Head, NC.

"Designing School Improvement Plans to Improve School Climate." A presentation to the Southern
       Regional Conference of Educational Administrators on 11-14-94 at Atlanta, GA.

"The Administrator's Diagnostic Center." Presentations at the Georgia Association of Elementary
             School Principals' Conference on 11-13-94 at Savannah, GA; and on 1-30-95 at the
      Leadership Institute of the Georgia Educational Leadership Academy at Macon, GA.

"The Effect of Leadership Styles on School Climate and Student Achievement." A presentation at
      the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association on 4-10-94 in New
      Orleans, LA and at the American Association of School Administrators on 2-11-94 in San
      Francisco, CA.

"The Relationship of School Climate and Group Openness and Trust to the Effective
      Implementation of School Reform." A presentation to the Southern Regional Conference of
      Educational Administrators on 11-15-93 in Orlando, FL.

"The Effect of Leadership Styles on School Climate." A presentation to the Southern Regional

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       Conference of Educational Administrators on 11-9-92 at Atlanta, GA.

"School Climate: A Necessity for Reform." A presentation to the Southern Regional Conference of
       Educational Administrators on 11-10-91 at Auburn University, AL.

"Site-Based Decision Making: Getting Ready for It." Conducted a three day workshop during June,
       90 for Marshall County administrators in KY.

"Staff Development: Putting Theory into Practice." A presentation at the National Staff
        Development Conference on 3-15-86 at Denver, CO.

"Leadership Styles." Presentations to the Perry County Rotary Club and to the Perry County Chamber
      of Commerce on 2-21-85 and 5-11-85 at Perry County, OH.

"Staff Development." A presentation to the School Study Council on 1-12-84 at Ohio State
        University.

"The Test of an All Natural Gas Bus Fleet." A presentation at the Southeastern Ohio School
      Administrators' meeting on 11-19-81 at Athens, OH.

"What Price is Leadership?" A presentation at the United Methodist Church for selected community
      officials on 3-16-80 at New Lexington, OH.

"Problem Solving." A workshop for the University of Cincinnati Individually Guided Education League
       Facilitators on 5-17-74 at Cincinnati, OH.

"Communication and Problem Solving Competency Training." A two-week workshop during June
     of 1973 for the staff of Ayer Elementary School at Anderson, OH.

"Research Utilizing Problem Solving." A one-week workshop during March of 1973 for selected
       facility and students of the University of Cincinnati College of Education.

Human Relations

―An Analysis of the West Virginia Character Education Initiative.‖ A presentation at the
      Character Education Partnership 13th National Forum on 10-27-2006 at Arlington, VA.

―Lessons Learned From the West Virginia Character Education Initiative.‖ A presentation       (with
Lisa Burton) at the Character Education Partnership 12th National Forum on
        10-20-2005 at Atlanta, GA.

What Works and Does Not Work in Character Education. A presentation at the          International
Conference on Civic Education on 11-16-2003 at New Orleans, LA.

A Curriculum that Improves Human Relations. Association for the Advancement of
      Educational Research on 12-3-2001 at Ponte Vedra, FL.

A Comparison of Caring Behaviors for Special Education Teachers Versus Regular Education
      Teachers. A presentation at the Eastern Educational Research Association Conference (with M
      Larkin) on 2-15-2001 at Hilton Head, NC.


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Do Moral Citizens Have Character? At The Association for Moral Education at Glasgow,
     Scotland, on 7-10-2000.

Assessing Character Traits. At the National Youth Leadership Council Conference in Providence
       RI. on 3-16-2000.

Assessing Behaviors Associated with Character Traits. At the Fund for the Improvement of
       Education Project Directors Meeting at Washington D.C. on 1-21-2000.

Analyzing the Leadership Style of School Principals A presentation at the Association for the
      Advancement of Educational Research (with Diane Boothe and Price Michael) on 12-2-1999 at
      Pointe Vedra, FL.

Levels of Openness and Trust: Do Principals Walk the Talk? A presentation at the Eastern
       Educational Research Association Conference (with T. Peterson) on 2-20-1999 at Hilton Head,
       NC.

"The Impact of Human Relations Training on Selected Leadership Skills." A presentation at the
              Southern Regional Council of Education Administration (with D. Hulsey) at Savannah,
       GA 11-1-1998.

"The Role of Ego, Ethics, and Openness for Developing Trust." A return workshop for the chairs at
      Southeast Missouri University on 7-21-97.

"Improving Your Conflict Management Skills." A two-hour workshop on 4-1-97 for the           chairs
at Southeast Missouri University.

"Eight Ways to Get People to Do What You Want Them to Do." A presentation at the Fulton County
       Principals' Association on 3-14-97 at Riverwood High School in Fulton County.

"Improving Your Human Relations Skills." A ten-hour seminar for teachers and administrators in
      Georgia--sponsored by the Administrator Diagnostic Center on 3-29 & 3-30-96 at West Georgia
      College. Repeat performances on 1-17-97 & 2-13-97 at Temple Elementary School, on 1-13-97
      & 2-2-97 at Harris County High School, and on 3-20-97 & 3-21-97 at the State University of
      West Georgia.

"The Effectiveness of the Shadow Transition Program on the Social Adjustment of Whitewater
      Middle School Students." A presentation at the Georgia Educational Research Association on
      11-2-94 at Atlanta, GA.

"Improving Levels of Openness and Trust." A workshop for the School Climate Steering
      Committee on 3-27-94 at Paulding County Middle School in Dallas, GA.

"Openness and Trust: Reform Necessities." A presentation to the KY Assoc. of Teacher Educators on
      10-11-91 at Lexington, KY.

"A Measure of Openness and Trust." A presentation to the South Central Association for Educational
      Administrators on 11-11-91 at Auburn University.

"Public Relations for Guidance Counselors." A presentation made to Western Kentucky Counselors
       on 9-14-90 at Murray State University.

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"Interpersonal Communications." A workshop on 10-15-90 to train 16 co-trainers to conduct similar
               workshops for 800 area educators on the Western Kentucky Educational Cooperative In-
       service Day.

"What Motivates You?" A presentation to the Southeastern Ohio Ceramic Society on 3-16-83 at
      Zanesville, OH.

"Improving Discipline and Interpersonal Communications." A thirty-hour workshop for             Perry
County teachers from 3-17-79 to 4-15-79 at New Lexington, OH.

"How to get Mental, Physical, and Emotional Energy." A series of presentations in Ohio at
      Bookmark, Garden, and Parents without Partners Clubs during 1979.

"Improving Team Relations Through Force Field Analysis." A workshop for members of       the
University of Cincinnati Individually Guided Education (IGE) League on 10-6-75 at Cincinnati,
OH.

"Interpersonal Communications." A two week workshop during March of 1974 and again during
               June of 1975 for principals and team leaders of the University of Cincinnati IGE League
       at Cincinnati, OH.

"The Relationship of Group Openness, Group Trust, and Risk-taking." A presentation at           the
American Educational Research Association on 4-2-75 at Washington, D.C.

"Building Open Communications and Trust" and "Constructive Use of Feedback." A workshop for
       members of the University of Cincinnati IGE League on 1-20-75 at Cincinnati, OH.

"Interpersonal Communications Institute." Served as director for an institute during October of 1972
       for the faculty of the University of Cincinnati College of Education.

Conflict Management

―Bullying Behavior: What is the Potential for Violence at Your School.‖ A presentation to       school
officials at Duke Public Schools in Altus, OK on 2-10-2005.

The Impact of a Bullying Behavior Prevention Program on Bullying Behavior. Paper presented
      at the Southern Regional Conference for Educational Administrators on 11-12-2000 at Nashville,
      TN.


Bullying Behavior at the Middle School Level: Are There Gender Differences? Paper
       presented at the American Educational Research Association on 4-27-2000 at New
       Orleans, LA.

A Scale for Measuring the Likelihood of the Occurrence of Violence. A presentation at Georgia
       Educational Research Association Conference at Atlanta, GA on 10-22-1999 (with J. Penland, R.
       Williams).

External Factors that Affect Bullying Behavior. Paper presented at the Eastern Educational
       Research Association on 2-17-2000 at Clearwater, FL.

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Bullying Behavior: How Bad is It at Your School? A presentation at the Georgia Educational
       Research Association Annual Conference on 10-15-99 at Atlanta, GA.

"Improving Your Conflict Management Skills." A ten hour seminar for teachers and administrators in
      Georgia--sponsored by the Administrator Diagnostic Center on 4-26 & 4-27-96 at West Georgia
      College in Carrollton, GA.

"The Effectiveness of a School-based Discipline Policy on Office Referrals." A presentation at the
      Georgia Educational Research Association on 11-3-94 in Atlanta, GA.

"Problem Solving/Decision Making." A workshop for Hopkins County, Kentucky educators             on10-
11-90 at Madisonville, KY.

"The Ethics of Teacher Strikes." Interviewed on KGIL (Los Angeles) with Albert Shanker,
        president of the American Federation of teachers on 5-11-89; KABC (Los Angeles) on       5-18-
89; and KNX (Los Angeles) on 5-24-89.

Give Yourself A Break!" Speaker at the Chrysler Motors 27th Annual Youth Award Dinner           on 4-
19-89 at Akron, OH.

"Assessing Your Conflict Style." Presentations to Norton City Employees on 8-18-89for Erie County
       administrators on 8-11-87, and at the Buckeye Association School Administrators' Summer
       Conference on 6-25-83 at Kings Island, OH.

"Handling Constituent Complaints." Presentations at the Ohio School Board Association Conferences
      on 11-16-83, and on 11-11-82 at Columbus, OH and to the South Eastern Ohio Educational
      Cooperative on 1-1-84 at Nelsonville, OH.

"Confrontation: A Technique for Managing Conflict." A workshop for Oregon City Schools
      Administrators on 11-2-83 at Oregon, OH.

Repeat Performances of the Conflict Workshop at:

        The Southeastern Ohio Career Education Conference 2-10-83
        The Southeastern Ohio School Administrators 12-8-82
        The Southeastern Ohio School Principals Association 8-20-82
        The Washington County Fall In-service 8-9-82
        The Perry County Administrators Summer In-service 5-20-82
        The Ohio Library Association 4-7-83

                                          PUBLICATIONS

Refereed—National


        Bulach, C., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (2006, August 21). Analyzing the Leadership Behavior of
School Principals. Retrieved from the Connexions Web site: http://cnx.org/content/m13813/1.1/
       Bulach, C. R. (2003). The impact of human relations training on levels of openness and trust.
Research for Educational Reform. 8(4), 43-57.

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        Bulach, C. R., Fullbright P. J., & Williams, R. (2003). Bullying behavior: What is the
potential for violence at your school? Journal of Instructional Psychology, 20(2), 156-184.

        Bulach, C. R. (2002). Implementing a character education program and assessing its impact on
student behavior. The Clearinghouse, 76(2) 79-83.

       Bulach, C. R., & Burke, N. (2002). A comparison of character traits for JROTC students
versus Non-JROTC students. Education, 122(3), 559-563.

        Bulach, C. R., & Butler, J. (2002). A comparison of character values as perceived by teachers and
students at differing grade levels. Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 41(2), 200-214.

        Bulach, C. R., Brown, C., & Potter, L. (1998). Behaviors that create a caring learning community.
Journal of a Just and Caring Education, 4(4), 458-470.

       Ferguson, J., & Bulach, C. R. (1997). The effect of the Shadow Transition program on the social
adjustment of middle school students. Research in Middle Level Education Quarterly,20(2), 1-22.

       Potter, L., & Bulach, C. R. (1996). An alternative program to improve student behavior: The
focus model. Thresholds in Education, XXII(4), 14-16.

        Bulach, C. R., Lunenburg, F. C., & McCallon, R. (1995). The influence of the principal's
leadership style on school climate and student achievement. People in Education, 3(3), 333-350.

        Bulach, C. R. (1993). A measure of openness and trust. People in Education, 1(4), 382-392.

        Bulach, C. R. (1992). The collective bargaining potpourri: Which way is best? The Journal of
Collective Negotiations in the Public Sector, 20(4), 281-291.


Refereed--Regional

        Bulach, C. R., & Peterson, T. (Novembver,2001). Analyzing levels of openness and trust between
principals and their teachers. SRCEA 2001 Yearbook: Leadership for the 21st Century.


      Bulach, C. R. (2001). The impact of human relations training on selected leadership skills.
TAMS Journal,27, 21-28.

        Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W (November, 1999). Behaviors that adversely affect the
supervisory climate of student teachers. SRCEA 1999 Yearbook: Leadership for the 21st Century, 3-12.

        Bulach, C. R. (2000). How to show your TESOL students that you care! TESOL in Action,
14(1), 7-9.

       Whitfield, D., & Bulach, C. R. (1997). In-school suspension: How effective is it? Georgia
Educational Researcher, 12(1), 29-40.

        Bulach, C. R., Pickett, W. (1997). They call it a middle school, but is it really? Becoming, 8(2),
2-6.

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        Bulach, C. R., Malone, B., & Castleman, C. (1995). An investigation of variables related to
student achievement. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 8(2), 23-29.

       Bulach, C.R. (1995). A plan for improving administrators' leadership skills. Georgia's Elementary
School Principal, 3(2), 7.

National Publications--Non Refereed

      Bulach, C. R., (2000-2001). The impact of human relations training on selected leadership skills.
TAMS Journal, 27 21-28.

       Bulach, C. R. (2001). A four step process for identifying and reshaping school culture. Principal
Leadership, 1(8), 48-51 (60,000 circulation)

      Potter, L., & Bulach, C. R. (2001) Successful parent conferences An in-service for teachers.
Heres How: National Association of Elementary School Principals, 19(3), 1-4.

        Bulach, C. R., & Potter, L. (2000). How to host a successful open house. Principal Leadership,
1(1), 81 (60,000 circulation)

      Bulach, C.R. (January, 2000). Working toward the principalship. Tips for Aspiring Principals, An
NASSP publication. (circulation of 60,000)

         Bulach, C. R. (1999). So you want to teach values? The School Administrator. 56(9), 37. (15,000
circulation)

        Bulach, C. R. , Boothe, D., & Michael, P. (1999). Teachers perceptions of the extent to which
principals practice effective supervisory behaviors. ERS SPECTRUM: Journal of School Research and
Information, 17(4), 25-30 (2500 circulation)

        Bulach, C. R. , Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (1998). "Should nots" for school principals: Teachers
share their views. ERS SPECTRUM: Journal of School Research and Information, 16(1), 16-20.
(2500 circulation)

      Bulach, C. R., & Potter, L. (1998). Assessment centers: Meeting the needs of educational leaders.
NASSP Practitioner, 24(3), 1-4.


        Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (1998). Mistakes educational leaders make. ERIC
Digest, No. 122, EDO-EA-98-6.

       Benton, E., & Bulach, C. R. (1995). How an elementary school improved school climate. ERS
Spectrum: Journal of School Research and Information, 13(3), 32-38.

        Bulach, C. R., & Pickett, W. (1995). Trade secrets. The Executive Educator, 17(2), 20-22.

        Bulach, C. R., & Malone, B. (1994). The relationship of school climate to the implementation of
school reform. ERS SPECTRUM: Journal of School Research and Information 12(4), 3-9.

       Bulach, C. R. (1978). An organizational plan for curriculum development. Educational
Leadership, 35(4), 308-314.



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        Bulach, C. R. (1992). Guidelines for win-win collective bargaining. The American School Board
                        Journal, 178(7), 25-26.

Education Digest Publications

         Bulach, C. R. (2001). Now more than ever: Show kids you care! the EDUCATION DIGEST,
67,(3), 4-7.

        Bulach. C. R. (2001). Reshaping school culture to empower its partners. The Education Digest,
67(1), 8-11.

       Potter, L., & Bulach, C. R. (2001) Dos and donts of parent-teacher conferences. The
Education Digest, 66(9), 37-40.

ERIC Publications*

       Bulach, C. R., Fullbright, P. J., Williams, R., & Doss, B. (2002). Bullying Behavior at the Middle
School Level: Are there gender differences. Resources in Education. (ED 465 147)

         Bulach, C. R., Fullbright, P. J., Williams, R., & Doss, B. (2000). A scale for measuring the
likelihood that violence will occur. Resources in Education. (ED 438 331)

         Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Michael, P. (1999). Supervisory behaviors that affect school
climate. Resources in Education. (ED 430 282)

        Bulach, C. R., & Peterson, T.. (1999). Levels of openness and trust: Do principals Walk the
talk.. Resources in Education. (ED 428 443)
.
        Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (1998). Behaviors that adversely affect the supervisory
climate of student teachers. Resources in Education. (ED 420 628)

        Bulach, C. R., & Butler, J. (1998). A comparison of character values as perceived by teachers and
students at differing grade levels. Resources in Education. (ED 419 210)

       Bulach, C. R., Brown, C., & Potter, L. (1997). Behaviors that create a caring learning community.
Resources in Education. (ED 401 641)

       Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (1997). Mistakes educational leaders make. Resources
in Education. (ED 404 737)

       Whitfield, D., & Bulach, C. R. (1996). A study of the effectiveness of an in-school suspension
program. Resources in Education. (EA 027 592)

       Ferguson, J., & Bulach, C. R. (1995). The effect of the Shadow Transition Program on the social
adjustment of Whitewater Middle School. Resources in Education. (ED 380 878)

       Jeffcoat, D., & Bulach, C. R. (1995). The effect of a school-based discipline policy on the
number of student office referrals. Resources in Education. (ED 378 137)

        Benton E., & Bulach, C. R. (1994). Determining the effectiveness of a school improvement plan.
Resources in Education. (ED 370 942)

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       Bulach, C. R. (Sept. 1991). The constitutionality of Ohio's system of financing public education.
Resources in Education. (ED 334 682)

       Bulach, C. R. (1985). Staff development: Putting theory into practice. Resources in Education.
(ED 274 032)

Other Publications

     Bulach, C. R. (1997, September). So you want to teach character values! HEADLINE
GEORGIA: A Journal of News and Opinion, 1(1).

           Bulach, C. R. (1995). Diagnosis of school administrators weaknesses and strengths. Gatherings,
7(3), 5.

           Bulach, C. R. (1994). Get a tune-up or physical for your school. Gatherings.7(3), 6.

        Bulach, C. R., & Strope, J. (1993, October). Past lessons show voucher is a bad idea. The Atlanta
Journal and Constitution, (opinion/editorial page).

        Bulach, C. R., & Sharp, W. (May 11, 1989). Unions hold students hostage. The New York
Times. (opinion/editorial page).

           Bulach, C. R. (December, 1982). Handling constituent complaints. OSBA JOURNAL.

Books

         Bulach, C. R., Lunenburg, F. C., & Potter, L. (2008). Creating a culture for high performing
schools: A comprehensive approach to school reform and dropout prevention. Lanham, NY: Rowman and
Littlefield Education.

       Bulach, C. R. (1993). Win-win bargaining and other approaches to bargaining (chapter). In
William L. Sharp, (ed.), Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools. William C. Brown Publishing Co.

        Bulach, C. R. (1993). The fate of public education (Appendix A). In William L. Sharp, (ed.),
Collective Bargaining in the Public Schools. William C. Brown Publishing Co.

       Bulach, C. R. (1979). An organizational plan for curriculum development (chapter). In Robert D.
Kranyik, (ed.) Curriculum Development. Ginn Custom Publishing.

           Bulach, C. R. (1968). The History of St. Leon, Indiana. A self-published monograph.

Book Review

           Schools for Children: The Case for School Climate--Guilford Publications.

Book Editorial Board

           Moral Philosophy and Education in the Enlightenment--Dieter Winkler Publisher.

Journal Editorial Board

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        Eric Digest.

Research Instrumentation Developed
     Bulach C. R. (1999). “Instructional Improvement Survey,” an instrument that measures the culture
and climate of a school.

        Bulach C. R., Penland, J. (1999). Personal Characteristics and School Safety Survey, an
instrument that measures bullying behavior in a school.

        Bulach, C. R. (1998). "A Survey of the Leadership Behaviors of School Principals," an
instrument that measures the climate that exists between principals and teachers.

        Bulach, C. R., Brown, C., & Potter, L. (1997). "The Behavioral Characteristics of a Teacher," an
instrument that measures the extent to which a teacher "cares" about students.

        Bulach, C. R., Boothe, D., & Pickett, W. (1997). "A Survey of the Leadership Behaviors of
College Supervisors and Supervising Teachers," an instrument that measures the climate that exists
between college supervisors, supervising teachers, and student teachers.

        Bulach, C. R. (1996). "A Survey of the Behavioral Characteristics of Students," an instrument
that measures the existence of character values in students at a school.

        Bulach, C. R. (1993). "The Group Openness and Trust Scale," an instrument that measures levels
of openness and trust in groups or between the leader and the group.


                                          GRANT ACTIVITY

(2002 – 2005) External evaluator for the character education grant for the Sanger Unified School District
in CA.

(2001 – 2005) External evaluator for the character education grant for the State of WV. The first year of
        the grant required on-site visits to every school district in the State. Interviews of students and
        faculty at one school in each district were conducted regarding their character education program.

(1999 - 2000) A Comparison of Caring Behaviors for Special Education Teachers vs. Regular Education
        Teachers. A grant for $1,500.00 was secured to conduct research on this topic (with M.
        Larkin).

(1998-2001) Project evaluator for a Learn and Serve projects funded by grants through the Georgia State
       Department of Education.

(1999-2003) Grant evaluator for a project with the Georgia State Department of Education to evaluate the
       effectiveness of a character education curriculums in 22 public schools in Habersham and Cobb
       Counties and Atlanta City Schools. The four-year grant was funded through the federal
       government for $1,000,000.

(1999) Grant evaluator for a project with Carrollton City Schools to study bullying behavior. The grant
       was funded through the federal government for $123,000.00.


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( 1999)Grant evaluator for a project with the State Department of Education to evaluate the effectiveness
       of a learn and serve project. The grant was funded through the state department for $5,000.00.

(1999 - 1998) Reviewed school improvement grants for the State Department of Education to determine if
        grants were well written and the amount if they were fund able.

(1996). "Character Education for Carrollton City Schools," a grant for $15,000.00 was written and
        funded by the Georgia Humanities Council for Carrollton City Schools to implement a character
        education program for the school district.

(1995). "A Proposal to Plan a School Improvement Project," a school improvement planning grant
        for $5,000.00 was written and funded by the State Department of Education for Harris County
        High School.

(1995). " A Proposal to Improve Instruction at Harris County High School," a professional
        development grant for $10,000.00 was written and funded by the State Department of Education
        for Harris County High School.

(1995). "Providing Needs Assessment Instrumentation for School Personnel Wishing to Develop
        School Improvement Plans," a grant funded by the Regional Center for Teacher Education for
        $450.00.

(1995). "Financial Resources for the Administrator Diagnostic Center," a grant funded by the
        Regional Center for Teacher Education for $7,200.00.

(1994). Designing School Improvement Plans," a grant funded by the Regional Center for Teacher
        Education for $210.00.

(1994). Developing a School Renewal Plan," a grant funded by the Faculty Resource Center for
        $301.00.

(1993). "The Effect of Openness and Trust on Organizational Productivity," a grant funded by the
        Regional Center for Teacher Education for $780.00.

                                 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

The Georgia Association of School Superintendents
The Buckeye Association of School Superintendents
The Character Education Partnership
The American Association of School Administrators

                                   PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Director of Relations with Other Organizations for the Association for the Advancement of Educational
        Research (1999-2000)
Chair and Treasurer for the School Climate Special Interest Group (SIG) for the American Educational
        Research Association (1998-2000)
Regional Representative for the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research (1998-1999)
Program Chair for the School Climate Special Interest Group (SIG) for the 1998 American Educational
        Research Association Annual Conference in San Diego, CA
President, West Georgia College Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa 1997-1998

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Vice President, West Georgia College Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa 1996-1997
Director, Administrators' Diagnostic Center at West Georgia College 1994--present
Executive Secretary, Western KY Coalition for School Based Decision-making 1992-1993
Member, Western Kentucky Educational Cooperative 1990-1993
Member, Commission on Excellence in Education Adm.-Univ. of Akron 1987-1988
Member, Dean's Advisory Committee - Univ. of Akron, College of Education 1987-1988
Member, BASA Professional Growth and Development Committee 1983-84
Member, Central Ohio Regional Planning Commission for Teacher In-service 1983-1984
Chairman, Southeastern Ohio Special Education Committee 1982-1983
Chairman, Southeastern Ohio Talented and Gifted Committee 1980-1981
Chairman, Tri-County Educational Media Resource Center 1980-1981

                                    COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
Chair, Human Development Committee for the Carrollton Rotary Club 1999-2000
Treasurer, Property Owners' Association at Villa Rica, GA 1995-1998
Chair, World Community Services Committee for the Carrollton Rotary Club 1998-1999
Member, Carrollton Rotary Club 1993--present
President-Elect and member, Norton Kiwanis, 1990
President, Norton City Schools Scholarship Endowment Fund 1988-1990
Member, Citizen's Task Force for Summit Energy Storage Project 1988-1990
Member, Board of Directors for Economic Development for the Akron Regional Development Board
        1987-1988
President, Perry County Chamber of Commerce 1985
President, Perry County Rotary 1984
Vice-President, Perry County Chamber of Commerce 1983 and 1984
Chairman, Business and Industry Search Committee 1984
Member, Junction City American Legion 1980 to present
President, Morrow Lions Club 1978




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