Cultures of Social Justice LeadershipAn Intercultural Context of Schools
Intercultural Studies in Education
This book explores our understanding of school leaders’ actions as they work to enact a socially just school culture. Including unique case studies from around the globe, the editors and contributors examine whether this work is enhanced or diminished by the context in which the school is placed. While the onus of emphasising social justice is placed on the school leader, they must enact this within the micro/meso/macro context of the school setting. Rich in both the unique stories of these schools and their successes and challenges in the enactment of social justice, these global case studies act as a lens for social justice leadership in a variety of regions and at international levels. The global scale combined with detailed analysis of this book will appeal to scholars of education and social justice as well as school leaders and policy makers.
Chapter 1. The Influence of Global Contexts on the Enactment of Social Justice; Deirdre Torrance and Pamela S. Angelle.- Chapter 2. Social Justice Leadership for Academic, Organisational and Community Sustainability in High Needs Schools: Evidence from New Zealand, Belize, and the USA; Stephen Jacobson.- Chapter 3. Social Justice Leadership, Perceptions and Praxis: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Palestinian, Haitian and Turkish Principals; Khalid Arar, Stephanie Ogden, and Kadir Beycioglu.- Chapter 4. Systems of Education Governance and Cultures of Justice in Ireland, Scotland and Pakistan; Fiona King, Christine Forde, Jamila Razzaq and Deirdre Torrance.- Chapter 5. School Leadership, Curriculum Diversity, Social Justice and Critical Perspectives in Education; Paul Miller, Carmel Roofe and Marina Garcia-Carmona.- Chapter 6. Leadership for Social Justice in Schools in Mexico, New Zealand and Spain; Charles L. Slater, Patricia Silva, Gema Lopez Gorosave, Michele Morrison, Serafin Antúnez, Brian Michael Corrales Maytorena and Rachel McNae.- Chapter 7. Leadership for Social Justice: Intercultural Studies in Mexico, United States of America and Spain; Celina Torres-Arcadia, Elizabeth Murakami and Cristina Moral.- Chapter 8. Local Implementation of National Policy: Social Justice Perspectives from the USA, India and Wales; Ken Jones, Pamela S. Angelle and Caroline Lohmann-Hancock.- Chapter 9. The Significance of Context in the Enactment of Social Justice; Pamela S. Angelle and Deirdre Torrance.
Pamela S. Angelle is Professor at the University of Tennessee, USA. She also coordinates the Graduate Program in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. Her research interests include teacher leadership, organizational conditions and contexts contributing to a collegial school community. Deirdre Torrance is Honorary Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Her research interests include headship/principalship, teacher leadership, leadership preparation and women in leadership.
Uses global case studies to explore social justice leadership within educationExamines how school leaders can enact social justice within the context of the unique school settingCombines analysis of the micro and macro contexts to provide a balanced yet detailed narrative
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