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Pamela Hallam

Pamela Hallam


Dept Chair, Ed Ldrship & Fndtn

Contact Information

Office: 306-M MCKB

Phone: 801-422-3600


Pamela R. Hallam is a professor of educational leadership and foundations at Brigham Young University. She formally served as a public school teacher, principal and, district office administrator.

Her teaching interests include principal roles, human resource management, and educational change.

Her areas of academic interest include the role of trust in educational leadership, professional learning communities, and educational change.

  • McKay School of Education, Nancy Perry Marriott Outstanding Teacher Award — 2012
    • Sponsor: Nancy Perry Marriott
  • Distinguished Project in Public Education Award, 2006 — 2006
    • Sponsor: Utah Association of Teacher Education
  • Finalist, National Principal of the Year — 1997
    • Sponsor: National Association of School Principals
  • Utah State Principal of the Year — 1996
    • Sponsor: Utah Association of Secondary School Principals
  • Region Golden Apple — 1994–1995
    • Sponsor: Regional Parent Teacher & Student Association

The Impact of Various Demographic and Educational Attributes. on International Students’ Propensity to Trust School Officials

Publisher: James Nicholas

Editors: Joseph Zajda

City: Melbourne

Country: Australia

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 49-68

Journal: Education & Society

Date: 2016

ISSN: 07262655

Latino Educators of Tomorrow: Culture-Specific Mentoring for the College Transition

Journal: NASSP Bulletin

Date: 2014

Comparing the effects of instructional and transformational leadership on student achievement: Implications for practice

Publisher: Sage

Journal: Educational Management Administration & Leadership

Date: 2012

Headteacher visibility and teacher perceptions of headteacher trustworthiness: A comparison of the Ugandan context to existing theory


Publisher: Elsevier

City: Oxford

Country: UK

Volume: 33

Issue: 5


Pages: 510-520

Journal: International Journal of Educational Development

Date: 2012


Two Contrasting Models for Mentoring as They Affect Retention of Beginning Teachers"

URL: 10.1177/0192636512447132

Publisher: Dr. Pamela Salazar

City: Sage Publishing

Volume: 96

Issue: 3

URL: 10.1177/0192636512447132

Pages: 243-277

Journal: NASSP Bulletin

Date: 2012


Trust and educational leadership: Comparing the development and role of trust between U.S. and Ugandan school administrators’


Publisher: SAGE

Editors: Christine Wise, Pete Bradshaw, and Marion Cartwright

City: London

Country: UK


Journal: Leading Professional Practice in Education

Date: 2012