Journal of Educational Administration: Volume 45 Issue 6


Table of contents - Special Issue: Leadership for Learning in the Context of Social Justice: An International Perspective

Guest Editors: Dr Anthony H. Normore

Making all children winners: confronting social justice issues to redeem America's soul

Anthony H. Normore, Louie Rodriguez, Joan Wynne

“If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound with mine, then come, let's work together”. These words of…

Looking towards the source – social justice and leadership conceptualisations from Tonga

Seu'ula Johansson Fua

This article aims to explore Tongan conceptualisations of social justice and leadership from a cultural perspective.

Educational administrators' conceptions of whiteness, anti‐racism and social justice

Brenda McMahon

The purpose of this study is to examine the intersections of whiteness, anti‐racism and social justice in educational administration. It is an attempt to understand how…

“She didn't ask me about my grandma”: Using process drama to explore issues of cultural exclusion and educational leadership

Pare Kana, Viv Aitken

This purpose of this paper is to describe a collaborative project from the University of Waikato, Hamilton New Zealand, in which the authors used process drama to engage…

Inclusive global education: implications for social justice

Hilary Landorf, Ann Nevin

The overarching purpose of this paper is to empower K‐12 educators, colleagues in teacher education programs, and educational leadership personnel to address social…

Leadership for social justice in Hong Kong schools: Addressing mechanisms of inequality

Ming Ming Chiu, Allan Walker

This article aims to instigate a focused dialogue of social justice in Hong Kong schools and of the responsibilities this holds for school leaders.

Constructing theory for leadership in intercultural contexts

John Collard

Established educational leadership discourse has been dominated by Anglo‐American perspectives oblivious to the cultural diversity that characterizes the contemporary…

Black leadership, white leadership: race and race relations in an urban high school

Jeffrey S. Brooks, Gaetane Jean‐Marie

The purpose of this study was to investigate how race and race relations influence school leadership practice.

A case study in leading schools for social justice: when morals and markets collide

Howard P. Stevenson

This paper explores how school leaders seek to promote social justice agendas within the context of multi‐ethnic schools in England.

Concluding reflections on “Leadership for learning in the context of social justice: An international perspective”

Linda Skrla, Kathryn Bell McKenzie, James Joseph Scheurich

The purpose of the paper is to reflect on and respond to the papers contained in this Special Issue of Journal of Educational Administration.

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