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About the Leading for Diversity Research Project
Journal of Negro Education (1999)
  • Rosemary C. Henze, San Jose State University
In this introduction, the author provides the historical context and theoretical framework for the five articles contained in this special issue. All of the articles share a common origin and similar perspective, focusing on how school leaders in various roles can work to improve racial/ethnic relations in our schools, particularly when those schools serve diverse populations and have histories of tension or conflict related to race/ethnicity.
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Copyright © 1999 The Journal of Negro Education.
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Rosemary C. Henze. "About the Leading for Diversity Research Project" Journal of Negro Education Vol. 68 Iss. 4 (1999)
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