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Leadership for Social Justice: Preparing 21st Century School Leaders for a New Social Order
At the dawn of the 21st century, there has been an increased focus on social justice and educational leadership (Bogotch, Beachum, Blount, Brooks & English, 2008; Marshall & Oliva, 2006; Shoho,Expand
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Leadership for Social Justice: An Agenda for 21st Century Schools
Abstract The shift in the demographic data highlights the growth in minority, second language learner, and economically disadvantaged student populations that traditionally have been underserved inExpand
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Welcoming the Unwelcomed: A Social Justice Imperative of African-American Female Leaders at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The social movements during the last 50 years of the 20th century were among the most tumultuous years for people of color. African Americans, among other groups, confronted obstacles on what theyExpand
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Black Women’s Leadership Experiences: Examining the Intersectionality of Race and Gender
In this article, the experiences of Black women educational leaders are highlighted to examine the intersection of race and gender in their leadership experiences and tease out approaches to genderExpand
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The Subtlety of Age, Gender, and Race Barriers: A Case Study of Early Career African American Female Principals
While all educational leaders face challenges in achieving success, African American female principals often face a unique set of challenges associated with the complexity of their gender, race, and,Expand
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A diffusion approach to study leadership reform
Purpose – This study aims to draw on elements of diffusion theory to understand leadership reform. Many diffusion studies examine the spread of an innovation across social units but the objective isExpand
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Distributed Leadership for Social Justice: Exploring how Influence and Equity are Stretched over an Urban High School
Although leadership for social justice and distributed leadership have separately garnered a great deal of interest among educational administration scholars, no studies have explored the possibleExpand
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Black leadership, white leadership: race and race relations in an urban high school
Purpose – The purpose of this study was to investigate how race and race relations influence school leadership practice.Design/methodology/approach – This ethnographic study was conducted in aExpand
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Cross-cultural dimensions of applied, critical, and transformational leadership: women principals advancing social justice and educational equity
This study, based on the qualitatively rendered experiences and perceptions of educational leaders from historically underserved backgrounds in the US, argues that identity impacts leadershipExpand
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Social Justice, Visionary, and Career Project: The Discourses of Black Women Leaders at Black Colleges
Throughout the history of African Americans, Black women have played an integral role in the social movement for equal educational opportunity for people of color. In their personal quest for anExpand
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