Dr. Clete Bulach
Dr. Clete Bulach is a retired school superintendent, associate professor emeritus from the University of West Georgia, and co-author of the 2nd edition book titled "Creating a Culture for A High Performing School: A Comprehensive Approach to School Reform, Dropout Prevention, and Bullying Behavior." His resume, a survey to measure openness and trust, and other materials are on his website.
Dr. Bulach was the external evaluator for the character education grants 1999-2003 for the State of Georgia's and West Virginia's Departments of Education 2002-2006. Character data has been collected on over 200 schools at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. On-site visits were made to every school district in the State of WV. He has written a book based on data collected during interviews with students and teachers during those on-site visits. The title is "Creating a Culture for High Performing Schools: A Comprehensive Approach to School Reform and Dropout Prevention." Co-authors are Dr. Fred Lunenburg and Dr. Les Potter. Rowman and Littlefield are the publishers 2008.