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Culturally Responsive School Leadership

Author : Muhammad Khalifa
ISBN : 9781682532096
Genre : Education
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Culturally Responsive School Leadership focuses on how school leaders can effectively serve minoritized students—those who have been historically marginalized in school and society. The book demonstrates how leaders can engage students, parents, teachers, and communities in ways that positively impact learning by honoring indigenous heritages and local cultural practices. Muhammad Khalifa explores three basic premises. First, that a full-fledged and nuanced understanding of “cultural responsiveness” is essential to successful school leadership. Second, that cultural responsiveness will not flourish and succeed in schools without sustained efforts by school leaders to define and promote it. Finally, that culturally responsive school leadership comprises a number of crucial leadership behaviors, which include critical self-reflection; the development of culturally responsive teachers; the promotion of inclusive, anti-oppressive school environments; and engagement with students’ indigenous community contexts. Based on an ethnography of a school principal who exemplifies the practices and behaviors of culturally responsive school leadership, the book provides educators with pedagogy and strategies for immediate implementation.
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive Leadership In Higher Education

Author : Lorri Santamaría
ISBN : 9781317519973
Genre : Education
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Rapidly changing global demographics demand visionary, collaborative, and culturally appropriate leadership practices on university campuses. In the face of widening gaps in academic achievement and socio-economic roadblocks, Culturally Responsive Leadership in Higher Education offers a new vision of leadership, where diversity is transformed from challenge into opportunity. This book offers a range of perspectives from culturally, racially, linguistically, ability, and gender-diverse contributors who demonstrate that effective leadership springs from those who engage, link theory to practice, and promote access, equity, and educational improvement for underserved students. Each chapter explores a critical higher educational leadership issue with feasible strategies and solutions. In this exciting book, theory and research-based chapters unpack culturally responsive leadership, revealing how higher education leaders in the U.S. and international contexts can improve their practice for social equity and educational change.
Category: Education

Leadership For Culturally And Linguistically Responsive Schools

Author : Martin Scanlan
ISBN : 9781134641437
Genre : Education
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Leadership for Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Schools provides aspiring and practicing leaders the guidance to lead, organize, and support their schools to effectively serve linguistically and culturally diverse students. Authors Scanlan and López explore how schools can cultivate students’ linguistic and cultural proficiencies, provide students with a rich and challenging learning environment, and ensure that students are socioculturally integrated. Bringing together research from the field of bilingual education and school improvement, this book provides a strong theoretical and research framework as well as best practices for supporting all students. Special Features include: Storyboxes are used to detail specific cases of how school leaders put theory into practice, illustrate concepts, and show the "messiness" of how school transformation unfolds in reality. Exercises are integrated throughout each chapter providing launching points for critical dialogue and helping readers make connections to their own contexts. A Companion Website includes exercises from the book available for download and modification and a blog focused on emerging research and effective practices.
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive And Socially Just Leadership In Diverse Contexts

Author : Ann E. Lopez
ISBN : 9781137533395
Genre : Political Science
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This book offers workable frameworks and theory that school leaders can use to guide their work and engage in critical reflection. Lopez reconceptualises student engagement from an equity and diversity perspective and looks at ways that leaders can be supported on their journey through collaborative mentorship, while bridging the theory to practice gap.
Category: Political Science

The Impact Of Culturally Responsive Leadership In Low Income High Minority Middle Schools In New York City

Author : Michele Luard-Charles
ISBN : OCLC:1138470428
Genre : Educational leadership
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The purpose of this grounded theory qualitative study was to understand the impact of culturally responsive leadership on low-income minority middle school students and, if any, the impact that leadership has on students. This study utilized an expert panel to create a purposeful sample of low income /minority school leaders using the culturally proficient rubric (Graham & Lindsey, 2011). The schools identified by the expert panel were triangulated with the New York City School Quality Report for alignment. Six schools participated in the study; three schools identified as more culturally responsive, and three schools identified as less culturally responsive. A total of thirty-four educators across three boroughs in New York City middle schools participated in this study. Six administrators and twenty-nine teachers were interviewed. Interviews were conducted individually and as focus groups that consisted of four to five teachers in each group. Publicly available data was collected and analyzed. The responses from interviewees were analyzed to explore the impact of culturally responsive leadership on closing the achievement gap for low-income minority students in low income high minority schools. The findings from this study indicate that most participants believe culturally responsive school leaders have seven identified traits. The traits are: caring and nurturing; providing students with access to information and resources; the provision equity of opportunities, exposing students to enriching experiences, exhibiting moral courage, practicing social justice behaviors, and supporting the school community and aligning curricula to students' culture. When school leaders implement these traits, they positively impact the academic performance of students.
Category: Educational leadership

Global Perspectives On Educational Leadership Reform

Author : Anthony H. Normore
ISBN : 9780857244468
Genre : Education
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This volume focuses on educational reform, leadership development programs and professional development processes intended to prepare and develop prospective and practicing educational leaders into leadership positions and examines issues that affect leaders serving in the role of educational leader/learner.
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive Education

Author : Elina Lehtomäki
ISBN : 9781351783460
Genre : Business & Economics
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Culturally Responsive Education: Reflections from the Global South and North examines culturally responsive education’s contribution to sustainable development and explores ways in which educational practitioners respond to cultures in and around educational contexts. This book argues that cultural responsiveness in education is invaluable for sustainability in and throughout education, and explores methods with which to deepen the understanding of the values and intercultural dialogue constantly present in education. Using a number of international and multidisciplinary studies, the authors offer a novel perspective on to the consideration of diversity throughout education and provide a valuable contribution to the ongoing global and national debate surrounding the UN Sustainable Development Goal initiative. With a focus on collaboration, this edited volume is vital reading for scholars, teachers and students of education, sociology, and development studies as well as education professionals. The book will also be of interest to education policy -makers and international and non-governmental organizations.
Category: Business & Economics

Handbook Of Research On Educational Leadership For Equity And Diversity

Author : Linda C. Tillman
ISBN : 9781135128432
Genre : Education
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The rapid growth of diversity within U.S. schooling and the heightened attention to the lack of equity in student achievement, school completion, and postsecondary attendance has made equity and diversity two of the principle issues in education, educational leadership, and educational leadership research. The Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for Equity and Diversity is the first research-based handbook that comprehensively addresses the broad diversity in U.S. schools by race, ethnicity, culture, language, gender, disability, sexual identity, and class. The Handbook both highly values the critically important strengths and assets that diversity brings to the United States and its schools, yet at the same time candidly critiques the destructive deficit thinking, biases, and prejudices that undermine school success for many groups of students. Well-known chapter authors explore diversity and related inequities in schools and the achievement problems these issues present to school leaders. Each chapter reviews theoretical and empirical evidence of these inequities and provides research-based recommendations for practice and for future research. Celebrating the broad diversity in U.S. schools, the Handbook of Research on Educational Leadership for Equity and Diversity critiques the inequities connected to that diversity, and provides evidence-based practices to promote student success for all children.
Category: Education

What Is It About Me You Can T Teach

Author : Eleanor Renee Rodriguez
ISBN : 9781506345710
Genre : Education
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Now in its third edition, this powerful book features timely new content from innovative schools and teachers, focusing on reaching struggling students. The authors illuminate how to raise student achievement by upholding high expectations, while teaching with cultural responsiveness. Discover how to: Lead all students to deeper learning, grounded in critical thinking, creative problem solving, communication, collaboration—and the “5th C,” cultural awareness Support the latest standards for college and career readiness and English Language Proficiency/Development Incorporate technology into teaching and learning in innovative ways, adaptable to varying resource levels Implement K-12 lesson plans that support individualized, project-based learning
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction

Author : Dorothy J. O'Shea
ISBN : 9781412957731
Genre : Education
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Improve reading achievement for students from diverse backgrounds with research-supported practices and culturally responsive interventions in phonemic awareness, phonics/decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Category: Education

The Sage Handbook Of Educational Leadership

Author : Fenwick W. English
ISBN : 0761929797
Genre : Education
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The SAGE Handbook of Educational Leadership is a landmark work with contributions from 37 internationally renowned scholars covering an extensive range of issues confronting the field of educational leadership and administration. The Handbook reviews how leadership was redefined by management and organizational theory in its quest to become scientific, then looks forward to promising theories, concepts, and practices that show potential for development and application. This Handbook represents the establishment of a new tradition in educational leadership. It thoroughly covers a broad range of issues pertaining to curriculum leadership, supervision, teacher evaluation, budgeting, planning, school design, and issues facing the principalship and the superintendency in the United States.
Category: Education

How Do Culturally Responsive School Counselors Make Meaning Of The Challenges They Face In Meeting The Needs Of A Diverse Student Population And Enact Effective Practices

Author : Frank Andrisani
ISBN : OCLC:1044757989
Genre : Culturally relevant pedagogy
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The purpose of this study was to investigate how school counselors who are culturally responsive make meaning of their practices and the challenges faced in meeting the needs of a diverse population. Specifically, my study concentrated on examining real life experiences/practices that resulted in a rich explanation of the phenomenon studied. Hearing the voices of school counselors describing their practices and experiences in providing culturally responsive counseling services contributed to better understanding of the strategies, programs, and actions that define culturally response counseling. This dissertation includes an overview of the study, a review of the pertinent literature, a detailed description of the study’s methodology, an analysis of the findings, and a discussion about the implications for the school counseling field.
Category: Culturally relevant pedagogy

Us And Cross National Policies Practices And Preparation

Author : Rose M. Ylimaki
ISBN : 9400705425
Genre : Education
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As educational policy trends converge in many countries, such as demands for greater accountability, decentralization, and more culturally sensitive practices for an increasingly diverse student body, there is growing interest in cross-national comparisons and generalizations about leadership qualities and practices that result in successful schools. US and Cross-National Policies, Practices and Preparation: Implications for Successful Instructional Leadership, Organizational Learning, and Culturally Responsive Practices fills that need by bringing together triads of scholars from the International Study of Successful School Principals (ISSPP) to make direct comparisons among policies and practices in the U.S. with those in other national contexts, and then to draw implications for improving leadership preparation. This book provides theories and empirical case study examples of instructional leadership, organizational learning, and culturally responsive practices as they are shaped by political, economic, and cultural factors in seven different national contexts. The seven countries featured in this book are the U.S., Australia, Denmark, England, Sweden, Norway, and Cyprus. The book begins with an overview of the ISSPP, including its underlying theoretical framework, its research methodologies employed, its limitations and how analyses of the project’s data and findings evolved from the first phase of the study to its current focus.
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive Leadership

Author : Jessica Marie Schofield
ISBN : OCLC:1176225826
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The racial academic achievement gap, identified as the underachievement of racially, culturally, ethnically, and linguistically diverse (RCELD) students and documented by research, is visible in all education organizations (Griner & Stewart, 2013; National Center for Education Statistics, 2019; O’Connor, Hill, & Robinson, 2009). Since the United States Supreme Court decision of Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, repudiating the concept of separate but equal, laws concerning the need for equal education access have been enacted and educational policies have been created and implemented, but this achievement gap continues to exist (Williams, 2011). Culturally responsive leadership and culturally relevant pedagogy are research-based theories and practices that work towards meeting the needs of the growingly diverse population (Gay, 2018). A mixed method design utilized the explanatory sequential approach to research what culturally responsive beliefs, espoused practices, and supports elementary public-school principals convey in high performing urban schools. The design included the use of surveys and interviews to collect anonymous data from principals on their experiences in these roles and the influences they convey at their urban elementary school to narrow the racial academic achievement gap. Survey data collected with the use of Qualtrics Survey Software and interview data collected through individual interviews were conducted. Audio recordings of the interviews were transcribed and reviewed for themes. Creswell’s six steps of data analysis and interpretation were utilized to analyze and interpret the data collected. Multiple reliability and validity measure occurred in this study. The results are compiled for future implications and recommendations are made.
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Leadership Matters In The Education Of Students With Special Needs In The 21st Century

Author : Festus E. Obiakor
ISBN : 9781641130103
Genre : Education
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This book provides a practical focus and framework for establishing insightful leadership that will enhance the learning of students with exceptionalities in the 21st century by discussing critical leadership dimensions and topics by leading academics. Topics discussed include the following: shifting leadership paradigms for all students in general and special education, district leadership strategies for implementing individualized academic and behavioral student interventions, preparing leaders to work with students with diverse learning needs, critical leadership roles for regular classroom teachers in educating learners with special needs, innovative leadership to increase school completion and graduation of general and special education learners, why psychologists need to be a part of the school leadership team, the importance of culturally responsive leadership in general and special education, the role of school leaders in helping learners with physical and health impairments, school leadership for all students in rural schools, the use of technology by leaders to improve special education services, an international example model of leadership in general and special education, and future perspectives of leadership in special education. Leadership Matters in the Education of Students with Special Needs in the 21st Century is a critically needed addition to the successful education of students with exceptionalities as it provides much needed and innovative leadership perspectives for effective instructional practices for today's students with special needs. The book can be a model for best practices for school district leadership teams challenged by the multifaceted needs of students with exceptionalities.
Category: Education

Culturally Responsive Teaching And The Brain

Author : Zaretta Hammond
ISBN : 9781483308029
Genre : Education
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A bold, brain-based teaching approach to culturally responsive instruction To close the achievement gap, diverse classrooms need a proven framework for optimizing student engagement. Culturally responsive instruction has shown promise, but many teachers have struggled with its implementation—until now. In this book, Zaretta Hammond draws on cutting-edge neuroscience research to offer an innovative approach for designing and implementing brain-compatible culturally responsive instruction. The book includes: Information on how one’s culture programs the brain to process data and affects learning relationships Ten “key moves” to build students’ learner operating systems and prepare them to become independent learners Prompts for action and valuable self-reflection
Category: Education

The School Leader S Guide To English Learners

Author : Douglas Fisher
ISBN : 9781936765195
Genre : Education
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English learners face not only the challenge of learning English, but also learning in English. How, then, do you set reasonable expectations for developing proficiency? School leaders will find the answers inside, including how to assess the individual needs of ELs, how to create a quality instructional program, and how to evaluate performance. Each chapter offers reliable, research-based ways to implement solutions you can count on.
Category: Education