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Innovative Approaches to Educational Leadership

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Edited By Carrie Rogers, Kofi Lomotey and Adriel Hilton

Of late, leadership has come to include individuals in elementary, secondary and tertiary institutions who do not necessarily carry leadership titles.  Faculty in preK-16 institutions, along with other staff and community people, have increasingly begun to take on leadership responsibilities as shared leadership is articulated and practiced more and more in education.  This volume focuses on educational leadership--broadly defined.  More specifically, following several research-based thought pieces in which the authors define and discuss this new conception of leadership, contributors offer preK-16 case study illustrations of this recent conception of educational leadership.  Readers will use this casebook as a foundational text for courses in teacher education, educational leadership, business and higher education. It includes detailed chapters focused on teacher leadership, principal leadership and higher educational leadership.
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Authors’ Biographies

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Arnetha Ball is a Professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University in the Curriculum Studies, Teacher Education, and the Race, Inequality and Language Programs. Her most recent research investigates successful paradigms, principles and practices in preparing teachers for diversity across national boundaries in countries that serve large numbers of historically marginalized students—including the US, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

Rosa M. Banda is Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. Formerly, Dr. Banda was a Research Associate to the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Chair in Education at Rutgers University. Dr. Banda’s primary research interests include: Latinas in engineering, faculty diversity, leadership, and qualitative research.

Ira Bogotch is a professor of educational leadership and research methodology at Florida Atlantic University and adjunct professor at Griffith University Institute for Educational Research. His interest in social justice as an educational construct leads to exploring critical theories and methodologies for studying educational leadership nationally and internationally. He is currently co-editing an International Handbook of Educational Leadership.

Patricia Bricker is an associate professor of science education and associate director of the School of Teaching and Learning at Western Carolina University. Her research interests include inquiry-based science education, integrated curriculum, experiential education, and teacher professional development. ← 245 | 246 →

Isiah Brown is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Management at SUNY Oswego in the School of Business. His primary areas of interest include managing diversity, leadership, culturally...

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