Factors that help and hinder social justice leaders around the world

Pamela A. ANGELLE, Alex Nathan OLDHAM, Lee D. FLOOD, Sing Ying Elson SZETO, Yan Ni Annie CHENG, Gema Lopez GOROSAVE, Norma Virginia CERDAS, Satya ROSABAL, Nancy TORRES, Fernando Jose BRICENO, Patricia SILVA, Serafin ANTUNEZ, Khalid ARAR, Izhar OPLATKA

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Abstract

Educational leaders have the choice to address social justice issues or manage the status quo. The studies in this symposium apply concepts of social justice in Costa Rica, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. to examine the question of what helps and hinders the work of school directors. These qualitative studies were an attempt to understand the challenges from the point of view of social justice leaders.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2016

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Angelle, P. A., Oldham, A. N., Flood, L. D., Szeto, S. Y. E., Cheng, Y. N. A., Gorosave, G. L., et al. (2016, November). Factors that help and hinder social justice leaders around the world. Paper presented at the 30th annual University Council for Educational Administration Convention (UCEA 2016), Detroit Marriott Renaissance Center, Detroit, USA.