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Stefkovich, Jacqueline A. – Journal of School Leadership, 2012
Providing commentary on this "Journal of School Leadership's" special issue, "Constructing a Bridge Between Law and Social Justice: An Ethical Journey," has been not only a daunting task because of the complex nature of this topic but also a humbling experience because of the superior quality of these articles. At the same time, it is most…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Ethics, Instructional Leadership, School Administration
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Goddard, J. Tim – Journal of School Leadership, 2010
As a result of inter- and intranational migrations, urban schools in early 21st-century Western nations serve more ethnoculturally diverse populations than ever before. The impact of global events resonates in these schools at the local community level. In this article I argue for the administrative fusion of local and global perspectives, a…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Urban Schools, Student Diversity, Leadership
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O'Hair; Mary John; Reitzug, Ulrich C. – Journal of School Leadership, 2006
This is a response to an article by Carl Glickman entitled "Across the Void: Preparing Thoughtful Educational Leaders for Today's Schools" that appeared in the September 2005 issue of the "Journal of School Leadership." In his article, Glickman argues that the preparation of educational leaders must shake the assumptions that are generally held…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Leaders, Conventional Instruction, Achievement Gap
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Tillman, Linda C.; Brown, Kathleen; Jones, Franklin Campbell; Gonzalez, Maria Luisa – Journal of School Leadership, 2006
Throughout this issue, the authors have sought to bring to the forefront curriculum content and pedagogical approaches that advance effective teaching of social justice in educational administration programs. They have gathered, from professors in educational leadership programs across the country, curriculum designs, formats, and activities that…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Educational Strategies, Educational Administration, Transformational Leadership
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Zaretsky, Lindy – Journal of School Leadership, 2004
This article presents a principal's reaction to Catherine Marshall and Michael Ward's article on research on social justice and training for leadership. The author applauds Marshall and Ward's efforts to address what is undoubtedly among the most fundamentally important issues facing principals today. Marshall and Ward illuminate the importance of…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Educational Change, Instructional Leadership, Principals
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Lytle, James H. – Journal of School Leadership, 2004
This article presents a superintendent's reaction to Catherine Marshall and Michael Ward's article on research on social justice and training for leadership. The author states that there is a problem with Marshall and Ward's article which begins with the title, particularly with the word "training." The author contends that there is a significant…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Graduate Study, Minority Groups, Superintendents
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Lopez, Gerardo R. – Journal of School Leadership, 2004
This article presents the author's reaction to Catherine Marshall and Michael Ward's article on research on social justice and training for leadership. Marshall and Ward's article provides an informative lens into how influential leaders perceive the role and importance of social justice training in the field of educational leadership. Marshall…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Leadership Training, Instructional Leadership, Professional Development
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Garza, Encarnacion, Jr. – Journal of School Leadership, 2004
This article presents the author's reaction to Catherine Marshall and Michael Ward's article on research on social justice and training for leadership. The author read Marshall and Ward's article carefully, making mental notes in preparation for his reaction. In the midst of his reflection about the study, the author suddenly realized that he was…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Policy Formation, Politics of Education, Social Bias
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Dantley, Michael E. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Reimagines educational leadership using Cornel West's notions of prophetic spirituality. Proposes three categories of leadership: principled, pragmatic, and purposive, all of which are grounded in components of West's prophetic spirituality. Argues that transformation of educational leadership necessitates searching for unique way to alter its…
Descriptors: Blacks, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education, Leadership Styles
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Kowalski, Theodore J. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Challenges assumptions regarding insufficient supply of superintendents and conclusions about underlying causes of this condition. Argues that the longstanding practice of overproducing administrators and then allowing employers to determine competence is not indicative of a true profession. Recommends the strengthening of preparation and…
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Administrator Effectiveness, Board of Education Role, Certification
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Blount, Jackie M. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Special issue explores the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgendered (LGBT) public-school administrators. Provides an analysis of ways sexuality has been a central force in shaping school administration. Administrative work paralleled the roles in traditional married households; administrators have been required to demonstrate notably…
Descriptors: Administrator Characteristics, Administrators, Educational History, Elementary Secondary Education
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Lugg, Catherine A. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Drawing upon queer legal theory, historical policy analysis, and social, legal, and educational history, explores the legal foundations and maintenance of what is described as the assimilationist imperative for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered administrators working in public schools. (Contains 81 references and 12 case law citations.)…
Descriptors: Acculturation, Administrators, Court Litigation, Elementary Secondary Education
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Bjork, Lars G.; Grogan, Margaret; Johnson, Bonnie C. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Analyzes research on superintendent attrition and supply. Refutes popular belief of a crisis in the superintendency. Draws implications for policy and practice. (Contains 50 references.)(PKP)
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Occupational Mobility, Research Reports, Superintendents
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Koschoreck, James W. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Examines multiple ways in which the normalization of sexuality might be interrogated. Argues that lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered faculty and administrators can more effectively contravene the normalizing practices of heterosexism by refusing to remain silent about issues of sexuality. Includes implications for practicing researchers and…
Descriptors: Administrator Characteristics, Administrators, Classroom Environment, Educational Research
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Fraynd, Donald J.; Capper, Colleen A. – Journal of School Leadership, 2003
Indepth interviews with two female and two male school leaders, one of each gender who were "closeted" in their sexuality and one of each who were "open." Foucault's sovereign and disciplinary power and normalization conceptually framed the study. Interviewee's fear of disclosure resulted in reproducing heteronormative power.…
Descriptors: Administrators, Educational Administration, Elementary Secondary Education, Homophobia
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