• Political Science
  • Published 2012

Leaders Address Inequity Through a Framework of International-Mindedness

@inproceedings{Vooren2012LeadersAI,
  title={Leaders Address Inequity Through a Framework of International-Mindedness},
  author={Carol van Vooren and Delores B. Lindsey},
  year={2012}
}
This paper offers school leaders and scholar practitioners twin frameworks of international-mindedness and cultural proficiency as a means to addressing persistent education gaps. International-mindedness is a global perspective framework and cul- tural proficiency is an equity-focused framework. These complementary frameworks are grounded in the educational policies and practices found in the International Baccalaure- ate (IB) programs. In an era focused on closing achievement gaps, students… CONTINUE READING

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