Black leadership, white leadership: race and race relations in an urban high school

@article{Brooks2007BlackLW,
  title={Black leadership, white leadership: race and race relations in an urban high school},
  author={J. Brooks and Gaetane Jean-Marie},
  journal={Journal of Educational Administration},
  year={2007},
  volume={45},
  pages={756-768}
}
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 a high‐poverty, high‐minority, urban high school in the Southeastern USA. The authors utilized an anthropological conceptual framework called a moiety, through which the school's leadership culture was conceived as two distinct racial leadership subcultures, one black and one white.Findings – Findings… Expand
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