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Slaves No More: The Caring Power of African-American Female Leaders.
In this article the author examines the historical significance of the cultural aspect of race on African American females’ leadership values and styles that encourage caring in schools. The authorExpand
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School Reform And Freire’s Methodology Of Conscientization, 10(25)
This article addresses school reform and the challenges presented to educational leaders working toward social justice which is not limited to only academic achievement. Social justice as used hereExpand
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School Leadership-Balancing Power With Caring
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Conversation and Voice: Feminist Mentoring for Social and Political Change
Although women have studied and written about their positions in the academy for some time, it is only through ground-breaking work of Belenky, M. F., Clinchy, B. M., Goldberger, N. R. & Tarule, J.Expand
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Engineering Clinics for Middle School Teachers
The ECT (Engineering Clinics for Teachers) Program is a partnership between Rowan University’s Colleges of Engineering and Education to provide an Engineering Clinic experience for middle schoolExpand
Democratic Educational Leadership as Decency
The primary priority for an educational leader in a democracy is decency. I understand decency as showing compassion, respect, love, and caring for one another. That may sound soft and fuzzy, but IExpand
Action Research in EdD Programs in Educational Leadership
This exploratory study gathered information about the use of action research within doctor of education programs in educational leadership and explored faculty understanding of and perspectives onExpand
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