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Williams, Tomicka; Liou, Yi-Hwa – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
This qualitative study explores school leaders' (principals and assistant principals) perspectives on crisis leadership roles and their competencies in responding to and managing a crisis. The role of school leaders has become increasingly disrupted by unexpected incidents that are diverse and complex in nature. As such, their knowledge of crisis…
Descriptors: Principals, Assistant Principals, Administrator Role, Administrator Attitudes
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Gunzenhauser, Michael G.; Flores, Osly J.; Quigley, Michael W. – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
Background: Limited work has been done to integrate ethical leadership and anti-racist school leadership practice. Through narrative ethics, this paper links caring with race-consciousness to form a foundation for critical praxis. Purpose: The authors address the limitations of caring leadership by arguing for a race-conscious narrative ethics…
Descriptors: Leadership, Racism, Caring, Ethics
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Oba, Funke; Miller, Abigail; Lamirande, Madeleine – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
This paper amplifies the voices of Black youth based on findings from a study on schooling experiences of Black youth in the Region of Waterloo, a mid-size Canadian community. Data for the qualitative study was collected using elder-facilitated youth dialogue (adaptation of focus group and Afrocentric sharing circles) and in-depth individual…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Blacks, Educational Experience, Inclusion
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Wright, Tiffany; Brooks, Sarah – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
Purpose: This case study examined the efforts of district and school level leaders related to the public gender transition of one high school teacher over a 2-year period. We employed Theoharis' (2007) conceptualization of social justice education leadership to guide our analysis. Research Methods: This qualitative inquiry drew from in-depth,…
Descriptors: High School Teachers, Sexual Identity, Sexual Orientation, Administrator Attitudes
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Sakhavat Mammadov; Nancy B. Hertzog – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
School district administrators must address structural racism and inequitable access to advanced learning opportunities in their school districts. District administrators in one large district in the northwestern part of the United States sought research-based advice by asking the authors to provide the answer to the "million-dollar"…
Descriptors: Gifted Education, Equal Education, Administrators, Academically Gifted
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Jennifer Jacobs; Rebecca W. Burns; Samantha Haraf; Jennifer McCorvey – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
To address the inequities within the educational system, there are calls for teachers to have an intentional focus on equity. Unfortunately, teachers often do not receive enough preparation within their certification programs or during in-service trainings to center equity- driven practices. This study provided insight into the features that one…
Descriptors: Equal Education, Faculty Development, Teacher Leadership, Peer Teaching
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Evthokia S. Saclarides; Britnie D. Kane – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
Mathematics coaches are often positioned as important mediators between district administrators and teachers regarding messages about ambitious and equitable instruction. Despite this, little research has sought to unpack the connection between what coaches learn at professional development and how they make their learning available to teachers.…
Descriptors: Coaching (Performance), Mathematics Instruction, Mathematics Teachers, Faculty Development
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Jennifer Grace; Renée E. Lastrapes – Journal of School Leadership, 2024
Purpose: This study intends to be a catalyst in preparing school leaders to go beyond the call of social justice, to step into the role of anti-racist school leaders who advocate and actualize systemic changes in the educational landscape. Research Methods: Data were gathered using a mixed method approach, starting with an online survey (ARDSA) of…
Descriptors: Administrators, Administrator Attitudes, Racial Factors, Critical Race Theory
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Bryan, Nathaniel; Davis, Darrel R.; McMillian, Rachel; Jackson, Jarvais; Cooper, Robin – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
Childhood play is one of the hallmarks of early childhood education, yet most early childhood educators have stereotypical views of Black boyhood play. At the same time, few scholars have addressed teachers' and school administrators' stereotypes and biases of Black boys' play styles and behaviors. The purpose of this conceptual paper is to…
Descriptors: Play, African Americans, Males, Racism
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Martinez, Melissa A.; Glover, Kelley T.; Ota, Michael – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
This study harnessed the power of testimonio as a methodological approach and method, along with applied critical leadership as a framework to answer the following questions: What were defining aspects of the leadership journeys of four Latina assistant principals that enabled them to get to and thrive in their positions? How did their cultural…
Descriptors: Hispanic Americans, Assistant Principals, Leadership Styles, Cultural Influences
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Edwards, Wesley; Boggs, Rachel; Reyes, Pedro – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
In-school suspensions represent one of the most frequently employed components of school exclusionary discipline systems, and they are also largely left up to the discretion of principals. The purpose of this study is to investigate in-school suspension disparities across student racial/ethnic groups, with a focus on differences between school…
Descriptors: Principals, Racial Differences, Ethnicity, Geographic Location
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Bonanno, Sandra Leu; Walls, Jeff; Lavigne, Alyson L.; Washburn, Karen – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
In the current American context where culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students frequently experience schools as uncaring spaces, exploring school leadership that values student identity is vital for providing an affirming environment for meaningful learning. Towards such ends, we echo the recent call for culturally sustaining…
Descriptors: School Administration, Instructional Leadership, Cultural Differences, Student Diversity
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Cary, Lisa J. – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
Excellence, professional development, and educational leadership -- all of these terms can be seen as unstable, dereferentialised, or empty signifiers - as their meaning (or the work they do) is not fixed. However, in spite of this, they have become 'part and parcel' of educational leadership in the Enlightenment institutions of the 'not so'…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Leadership Styles, Feminism, Higher Education
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Odell, Sarah Margaret – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
The Listening Guide method was founded in opposition to other forms of interview coding which either put data into predetermined and/or binary categories. Feminist psychologists believed that other methods of qualitative research disappeared the undertheorized portions of subjects' narratives. This method does not seek to only hear voices of queer…
Descriptors: Identification (Psychology), Sexual Identity, Racial Identification, Self Concept
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Wilcox, Serena M. – Journal of School Leadership, 2023
Recent education policies and laws such as a new rule to "Title IX" by the U.S. Department of Education (2020) and the "Parental Rights in Education" (HB 1557, 2022) also known as the "Don't Say Gay" law in Florida have important implications for how educational leaders are expected to address issues of gender,…
Descriptors: Leadership Responsibility, Gender Issues, Sexuality, Educational Legislation
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