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Jill Koyama – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
The Arizona state legislature has aimed to pass a series of bills banning those in schools from teaching topics associated with inclusion, social justice, and equity. Since 2020, the legislature has targeted teaching 'critical race theory' (CRT), often (mis)using the term to refer to any ideas related to systemic discrimination and racial…
Descriptors: Critical Race Theory, Public Schools, State Legislation, Educational Legislation
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Paolo Landri – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
In the latest two decades, there has been an increasing number of publications in education studies drawing on Actor-Network Theory (ANT). However, the uptake of ANT in education studies was not immediate, and the investigations on educational leadership through ANT have been rare. With the aim of promoting the study of educational leadership…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Educational Research, Instructional Leadership, Ecology
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Annelies Kamp – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This article takes up an ANTian sensibility to explore the enactment of a policy for educational collaboration in one region in the South Island of Aotearoa New Zealand (New Zealand). The case offers potential for considering the benefits of a sociology of associations (Latour 2005/2007): a Treaty-based bicultural nation, school atomisation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Educational Change, Seismology
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Ruth Unsworth – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
In this paper, I argue that power promised to England's teachers by the 2010 'Importance of Teaching' white paper has rather played out as a reformulation of methods of policymaking to more indirect modes of government control. I trace the growth of government control in English schools, promised front-line power in 2010 and a rise in…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Power Structure, Educational Policy, Policy Formation
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Ida Martinez Lunde – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This article explores how responses to a generic skills framework are materialised in Irish schools, and the main aim is to shed light on multiple dimensions of policy enactment. The Key Skills Framework (KSF) was introduced as part of a curricular reform in Irish lower secondary schools -- a reform that has met substantial resistance locally and…
Descriptors: Basic Skills, Public Sector, Private Sector, Partnerships in Education
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Anna D. Beck – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
Global policy discourse promotes teachers as leaders of educational change who should have a voice in policy formation. 'Teaching Scotland's Future', a major teacher education reform in Scotland, feeds off this vision. Taking an Actor-Network Theory inspired Critical Policy Analysis approach, I unpack the participation of human and non-human…
Descriptors: Educational Change, Educational Policy, Educational Administration, Teacher Role
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Doxakis Savvopoulos; Anna Saiti; Khalid Arar – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This paper aimed at exploring the challenges of implementation of culturally responsive leadership in Greek schools. Personal interviews with 10 secondary school principals in the Attica region were used to collect qualitative data. The following main themes emerged: (1) The application of moral values and inclusiveness begins with school…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Barriers, Cultural Relevance, Leadership Styles
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Kevin Russel Magill; Arturo Rodriguez – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
In this essay we explore how pernicious social narratives affect schooling and suggest rethinking leadership may ameliorate issues of injustice in education. We reject the idea that school leaders must necessarily be politicians who serve as bureaucratic management-oriented functionaries. We claim instead they are intellectual leaders who might…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Social Change, Leadership Responsibility, Ideology
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Denise Mifsud – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
Literature presents evidence of the exponential rise of distributed leadership both as a focus of research and as leadership development in education in the twenty first century (Hairon, S., and J. W. Goh. 2015. "Pursuing the Elusive Construct of Distributed Leadership: Is the Search Over?" "Educational Management Administration…
Descriptors: Power Structure, Participative Decision Making, Leadership Training, Journal Articles
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Katrina MacDonald; Amanda Keddie; Scott Eacott; Jane Wilkinson; Jill Blackmore; Richard Niesche; Brad Gobby – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This paper analyses the composition, distribution, and history of school funding in Australia through a spatial lens (Soja 2010). We explore multi-scalar school funding policy through three layers of economic maldistribution. We sketch the funding disparities between the three school sectors (public, Catholic, and independent) exposing a spatial…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, School Funds, Public Schools, Educational Finance
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Jeffrey Brooks Hall; Ann Elisabeth Gunnulfsen; Ruth Jensen – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This paper examines how superintendents and school principals enact national policy reform expectations and what characterises their local organisational arrangements. Furthermore, the paper investigates how superintendents and school principals deal with tensions as entrepreneurs. The study builds on qualitative interview data from two…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Entrepreneurship, Administrator Role
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Amanda L. Lizier – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
Middle leadership is an area of increasing interest in higher education with little research to date exploring middle leading from the perspective of function or discipline leadership roles within Departments. This article uses a case study of twelve middle leaders within a university faculty in Australia to examine the broader contexts of middle…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Middle Management, Social Influences, Political Influences
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Kjersti Løken Ødegaard; Ann Elisabeth Gunnulfsen – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
Internationally, the emphasis on school reforms is increasing, and school leaders play a key role in realising reform initiatives for school development and change. Often, the formation of partnerships between researchers and practitioners for school improvement is promoted to facilitate professional development and enhance student learning.…
Descriptors: Partnerships in Education, Educational Policy, Educational Change, College School Cooperation
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Coralie Properjohn; Rebekah Grace; Corrinne T. Sullivan – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
Australia first documented national goals for primary and secondary education in 1989 with the Hobart Declaration on Schooling. Since then, Australia's goals for the education of children have been updated in three subsequent National Education Declarations. Each of the Declarations includes specific goals for Indigenous Australian students, as…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Elementary Secondary Education
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James Wright – Journal of Educational Administration and History, 2024
This article contextualises the crisis in Black education and the death of a 100-year-old Black educational system resulting from an unintended consequence of Brown: the excavation of thousands of highly educated and skilled Black educators. This theoretical article advances the literature on Brown using two critical race theory (CRT) tenets, the…
Descriptors: Desegregation Litigation, School Desegregation, African American Education, Racism
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