Educational Leadership and Globalization: Literacy for a Glocal Perspective

  title={Educational Leadership and Globalization: Literacy for a Glocal Perspective},
  author={J. Brooks and Anthony H. Normore},
  journal={Educational Policy},
  pages={52 - 82}
  • J. Brooks, Anthony H. Normore
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Educational Policy
  • 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. Specifically, the authors explore how the concept of glocalization, a meaningful integration of local and global forces, can help educational leaders inform and enhance their pedagogy and practice. They suggest that contemporary educational leaders must develop glocal literacy in nine specific knowledge… CONTINUE READING
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