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Convictions of Conscience: How Voices From the Margins Inform Public Actions and Educational Leadership

Editor: Brenda J. McMahon
Editor: Lisa R. Merriweather
Date: October 11, 2019
Language: English
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Abstract: Convictions of Conscience: How Voices From the Margins Inform Public Actions and Educational Leadership seeks to help educational leaders to develop the competencies and capacities required to create socially just and equitable schools. It is for educational leaders interested in transforming systems and decolonizing education rooted socially, structurally and ideologically in hegemony. This edited volume promotes the questioning of assumptions embedded in neoliberal new managerialism practices that often undergird the preparation and training of school leaders. New managerialism in higher education seeks to understand the market forces in order to cater to the idiosyncratic, often self-promoting needs and interests of the few and seeks to respond with programs and policies aligned with those forces and interest.
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Publisher: Information Age
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