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How, If at All, Does a School Leader’s Racial/Class Identity Influence Their Potential to Lead for Social Justice? A Conversation about Observed Effects and Possible Implications for the Preparation of Future Leaders
University Council for Educational Administration
  • Brynnen Ford, University of Washington
  • Linda E. Skrla, Texas A&M University
  • George Theoharis, Syracuse University
  • Frank Hernandez, Iowa State University
  • Carlos R. McCray, Georgia State University
  • Floyd Beachum, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Andrea Evans, Northern Illinois University
Document Type
Conference Presentation
Location
San Antonio, TX
Conference Dates
November 9-12, 2006
Date of Presentation
11-10-2006
Disciplines
Abstract

UCEA is concerned that educational leaders be prepared to support the learning of all children within the context of globalization and demographic change. In this interactive conversation, a diverse group of scholars and practitioners will address this concern as it considers questions surrounding intersection of identity and social justice leadership.

Citation Information
Brynnen Ford, Linda E. Skrla, George Theoharis, Frank Hernandez, et al.. "How, If at All, Does a School Leader’s Racial/Class Identity Influence Their Potential to Lead for Social Justice? A Conversation about Observed Effects and Possible Implications for the Preparation of Future Leaders" University Council for Educational Administration (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/linda-skrla/72/