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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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Educational Leadership and Globalization: Literacy for a Glocal Perspective
This article synthesizes and presents literature in support of the argument that the preparation and practice of educational leadership must be rethought to be relevant for 21st-century schools.Expand
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Supporting Graduate Students of Color in Educational Administration Preparation Programs: Faculty Perspectives on Best Practices, Possibilities, and Problems
Overview: This article presents findings from a study that examined faculty perspectives on how individual faculty members and institutions support graduate students of color in educationalExpand
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Whole Language or Phonics: Improving Language Instruction through General Semantics
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TWO STRATEGIES have dominated reading instruction in the United States: whole language and phonics. Expand
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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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Becoming a member of a school community while working toward science education reform: Teacher induction from a cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) perspective
The first years of teaching can be demanding, as the novice works to gain familiarity with many aspects of professional work. Often, what they have been prepared to do in teacher education programsExpand
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Laboratory Evaluation of the gForce Tracker™, a Head Impact Kinematic Measuring Device for Use in Football Helmets
This study sought to compare a new head impact-monitoring device, which is not limited to specific helmet styles, against reference accelerometer measurements. Laboratory controlled impacts wereExpand
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