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Ronald W. Rebore, Ph.D. is a tenured professor in the Department of Education at Saint Louis University, where he researches and teaches in the graduate educational leadership program. Before going to the University, he was a high school English and Social Science Teacher and a high school Guidance Counselor. Further, for a total of twenty-two years, he served as an Assistant Superintendent for business and finance in the Lindbergh School District and Superintendent of Schools for the Valley Park and Special School Districts. Most recently, he served as the Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the Graduate School at Saint Louis University. Dr. Rebore’s research and publications focus on the human dimensions of educational leadership, which include ethics, human resources administration, and human relations. He has authored twelve books, and is currently working on the 10th revision of his internationally acclaimed book: Human Resources Administration in Education, A Management Approach. The HR book and his book on human relations have been translated into Chinese and are used to teach future educational leaders in China. The First Edition of the ethics book has been translated into Korean.
BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS
Part One The Ethical Administrator 1
Chapter 1 The Purpose and Structure of the Book 3
Chapter 2 Developing a Personal Approach to Ethics 19
Chapter 3 The Ethics of Power and Duty in Educational Leadership 49
Chapter 4 The Ethics of Human Relations 87
Part Two The Ethical Practice of Educational Leadership 109
Chapter 5 Ethical Considerations in Leadership at the School-District Level 111
Chapter 6 Ethical Considerations in School-Building Leadership 141
Chapter 7 Legal Issues and the Ethics of Educational Leadership 163
Part Three Equity in Ethical Educational Leadership 183
Chapter 8 The Issue of Gender and Educational Leadership 185
Chapter 9 Pluralism, Justice, Discourse Ethics, and Educational Leadership 209
P art Four Human Communication and the Ethics of Educational
Chapter 10 The Fundamentals of Human Communication and the Ethics of Educational Leadership 245
Chapter 11 Cultural Communication and the Ethics of Educational Leadership 263
Chapter 12 The Ethics of Nonverbal and Verbal Expressions in Human Communication 283
Chapter 13 The Empathetic and Genuine Administrator 303