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Leadership for Social Justice : Making Revolutions in Education

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ISBN13:

9780205412099

ISBN10:
0205412092
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
Publisher(s):
Allyn & Bacon

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Summary

This reader on key issues in Social Justice is written by well-known experts in the area and edited by the leading authorities in the field. The book is divided into 3 distinct parts: Re-defining Leadership for Social Justice; Preparing Social Justice Leaders; and Next Steps, to mobilize to action as well as to make information accessible and useful. This book challenges leaders, educators and researchers to be effective advocates for social justice. It demonstrates how the current realities in educational leadership training and in school practices re-create inequities. It provides an array of ways of understanding the effects of exclusionary practices as well as constructive exercises and materials for those who will lead students and staffs to create equitable practices.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
About the Authors xvii
1 Building the Capacities of Social justice Leaders
1(15)
Catherine Marshall
Maricela Oliva
The Challenge
1(4)
Evolving Definitions and Challenges to Capacity Building
5(4)
The Very Real Challenges from Demographics and Cultural Diversity
5(1)
Unaccomplished Equity
6(1)
Searching in Schools for Democracy, Community, Emotion, and Relationship
7(1)
The Challenges in Policy and Preparation for Social Justice in School Leadership
8(1)
Making Revolutions in Education: An Overview of the Chapters
9(2)
A Call for Action
11(2)
References
13(3)
2 Social justice and Moral Transformative Leadership
16(15)
Michael E. Dantley
Linda C. Tillman
Introduction
16(1)
Defining Social Justice
16(1)
Transformative Leaders as Public Intellectuals
16(6)
The Praxis of Leadership for Social Justice
22(4)
Research and Scholarship
22(2)
Conference Presentations
24(1)
Teaching
25(1)
Conclusion
26(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
27(1)
Annotated Readings
28(1)
References
29(2)
3 Wholistic Visioning for Social Justice: Black Women Theorizing Practice
31(33)
Renée Sanders-Lawson
Sabrina Smith-Campbell
Maenette K.P. Benham
Background Information on Our Dialogue (by Maenette Benham)
31(1)
Introduction to Our Thinking
32(1)
Building a Conceptual Model: Literature on Feminist Thought, Leadership, and Social Justice
33(8)
Beginning with a Discussion of Feminist and Black Feminist Theories
34(3)
Adding Sabrina's and Renee's Discussion of School Leadership Theories
37(1)
Adding Social Justice Theories to Our Knowledge of Feminist Thinking and School Leadership
38(3)
Defining Our Conceptual Model: Wholistic Visioning
41(5)
Strength of Womanhood
41(1)
A Core of Spirituality
42(1)
The Foundation of Home
43(1)
Living and Leading Within and Beyond Your Skin
44(1)
Paying It Forward
45(1)
Four Narratives That Illuminate Wholistic Visioning
46(10)
The Story of Ballet
46(3)
The Story of Religious
49(3)
The Story of Mary Mack
52(2)
The Story of Sally Walker
54(2)
What We Learned from the Narratives
56(2)
Conclusion
58(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
58(2)
Annotated Readings
60(1)
References
61(1)
Endnotes
62(2)
4 Educational Leadership Along the U.S.—México Border: Crossing Borders/Embracing Hybridity/Building Bridges
64(21)
Gerardo R. López
Maria Luisa González
Elsy Fierro
Effective Leadership at the Border: An Example
68(8)
Toward a Border Epistemology of School Leadership
76(1)
Conclusion: Border Leadership for All Schools
77(1)
Implications for Practice
78(2)
Assignments and Activities
80(1)
Annotated Readings
80(1)
References
81(2)
Endnotes
83(2)
5 Bridge People: Civic and Educational Leaders for Social Justice
85(25)
Betty M. Merchant
Alan R. Shoho
Introduction
85(3)
Early Orientation to Social justice
88(3)
Vivid Personal Experiences of Marginalization
91(2)
Early Recognition and Support
93(1)
Lifelong Commitment to Social justice and Equity
94(3)
Creating Community and Maintaining High Expectations
97(1)
Striving for Social Justice Without Bitterness
98(2)
Conclusion
100(1)
Implications for Practice
101(4)
Discussion Questions and Activities
105(2)
Annotated Readings
107(1)
Related Readings
108(1)
References
108(2)
6 Preparation and Development of School Leaders: Implications for Social Justice Policies
110(20)
Nelda Cambron-McCabe
Administrative Licensure and Social Justice Concerns
111(6)
Licensure Standards and Assessment
112(1)
Accountability and Student Learning
113(2)
Social Justice and State Policies
115(2)
Strategies to Promote Social Justice in Leadership Development
117(5)
Being Strategic in Developing Leaders
117(2)
Becoming a Policy Actor
119(2)
Refocusing Preparation Programs
121(1)
Implications for Policy Development
122(2)
Discussion Questions and Activities
124(2)
Annotated Readings
126(1)
References
127(2)
Endnotes
129(1)
7 Social Justice, Religion, and Public School Leaders
130(15)
Catherine A. Lugg
Zeena Tabbaa-Rida
Religion, Secularism, and U.S. Public Schools
131(5)
Educational Leadership, Social Justice, and Religion in Public Schools
136(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
137(4)
Annotated Readings
141(1)
Related Readings
142(1)
References
142(2)
Endnotes
144(1)
8 Meeting All Students' Needs: Transforming the Unjust Normativity of Heterosexism
145(22)
James W. Koschoreck
Patrick Slattery
Heterosexism/Homophobia in Schooling
151(4)
Institutional Contributions to Heteronormative Oppression
155(2)
LGBTIQ Activism and Strategies for Collective Action
157(1)
Heteronormativity and the Implications for Practice
158(4)
Conclusions
162(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
162(1)
Annotated Readings
163(1)
References
164(1)
Endnotes
165(2)
9 Teaching Strategies for Developing Leaders for Social Justice
167(27)
Madeline M. Hafner
Introduction
167(1)
Leadership for Social justice —A Growing Knowledge Base
168(1)
Overview of the Literature on Teaching for Social justice
169(7)
Teacher Education
170(1)
Other Fields of Study
170(2)
Educational Leadership
172(4)
Teaching Strategies for Developing Leaders for Social Justice
176(1)
Social Justice Education Practice: A Pedagogical Tool for Developing Leaders for Social Justice
177(8)
Social Reconstructionist Schooling: A Conceptual Tool for Developing Leaders for Social Justice
185(3)
Conclusion
188(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
189(1)
Annotated Readings
190(1)
Acknowledgments
190(1)
References
191(3)
10 Learning from Leaders' Social Justice Dilemmas 194(20)
Catherine Marshall
Laurence Parker
Introduction
194(1)
Erroneous and Short-Sighted Approaches to "Managing" Social Justice Issues
195(2)
The Need for Preparatory Practice and Models for Social Justice in Action
197(1)
Applying the Case Study Method for Social Justice Training
197(4)
Two Case Examples
201(9)
Case 1: Where Should He Be Placed?
201(4)
Case 2: My Name Is Jasmine (Diem, 2003)
205(4)
Insights from the Case Method
209(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
210(1)
Annotated Bibliography
211(1)
Acknowledgments
212(1)
References
212(2)
11 Disrupting Identity: Fertile Pedagogy for Raising Social Consciousness in Educational Leaders 214(19)
C. Criss Brunner
Christen Opsal
Maricela Oliva
Cognitive Schemas and Constructed Perceptions
216(2)
Heidi Writes About Her ES Experience: Narrative Data in Original Form
218(2)
A Description of Experiential Simulations
220(5)
Discussion
225(2)
Implications for Practice
227(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
227(1)
Annotated Readings
228(1)
Related Readings
229(1)
References
230(1)
Endnotes
231(2)
12 Releasing Emotion: Artmaking and Leadership for Social Justice 233(18)
Laura Shapiro
Chapter Overview
233(1)
A Rationale for Linking Emotion, Leadership for Social Justice, and Artmaking
234(4)
Background
234(2)
Artmaking as a Tool
236(2)
Three Case Examples
238(8)
From Rage to Empowerment
238(3)
Releasing Capacity and Courage
241(4)
Reaffirming Memories and Getting Personal
245(1)
A Different Kind of Professional Development
246(1)
Summary
246(1)
Implications for Practice
246(1)
Incorporating Artmaking into Leadership Development
247(1)
Making Art a Tool for Communitywide Engagement
247(1)
Using Art to Impact Policy
247(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
247(1)
Annotated Readings
248(1)
References
249(1)
Endnotes
250(1)
13 Equity Audits: A Practical Leadership Tool for Developing Equitable and Excellent Schools 251(28)
Linda Skrla
James Joseph Scheurich
Juanita Garcia
Glenn Nolly
Introduction
251(1)
Equity and Accountability
252(3)
Historical Background of Equity Audits
255(2)
Our Reconception of Equity Audits
257(11)
Teacher Quality Equity
259(3)
Programmatic Equity
262(3)
Achievement Equity
265(3)
Applications of Equity Audits
268(3)
Conclusion
271(1)
Implications for Practice
272(1)
Discussion Questions and Activities
272(1)
Annotated Readings
273(1)
References
274(3)
Endnotes
277(2)
14 Dilemmas and Lessons: The Continuing Leadership Challenge for Social Justice 279(28)
Maricela Oliva
Gary L. Anderson
Introduction
279(3)
Recurrent Themes
282(2)
School Leadership for Social Justice
282(2)
Negative Effects of Marginalization and Exclusion
284(3)
Modeling Good Practice
285(1)
The Role of Socialization and Experience
286(1)
Need for Action
286(1)
The Challenge of Slow Change: A Cautionary Tale
287(5)
Students' Beliefs and Practices
290(1)
Educational Vision Statements
290(2)
Lessons of the Integrated Program
292(4)
Curriculum
293(2)
Instruction
295(1)
Evaluation
295(1)
University—School District—Social Agency Relationships
295(1)
Extracurricular Activities
296(1)
Conclusion
296(4)
Discussion Questions and Activities
300(2)
Annotated Readings
302(2)
References
304(2)
Endnotes
306(1)
15 The Wider Societal Challenge: An Afterword 307(12)
Catherine Marshall
Michelle Young
A Bold Assertion: Those Who Can't or Won't Shouldn't
308(1)
Talking and Walking Social Justice
309(2)
We Know It Can Be Done Because It Is Being Done
310(1)
Essential Characteristics
310(1)
The Wider Context: Politics and Strategy for the Revolution
311(5)
Coalitions and Collaborations
312(1)
Gutsy and Passionate Leadership
313(2)
The Wider and Deeper Revolution
315(1)
References
316(3)
Index 319


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