Global policy for all in education: Principal leadership for inclusion in response to students’ voices in diverse school settings?

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Abstract

Challenges to uplifting all students still exist in many places in times of increasingly diverse student populations in schools. This proposal aims to report a cross-case study of two principals who enacted leadership towards a broader sense of inclusion in response to the voices of the students’ needs in the diversity. The key research question is: How did the principals enact leadership for inclusion to cultivate equality of learning in response to the students’ voices beyond the walls of their schools? The findings unveil characteristics of the voices of students’ learning needs to reflect the challenge of differences and difficulties. Implications of the principals’ leadership practices for inclusion in diversity are also discussed. Copyright © 2019 WELS.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2019

Citation

Szeto, E., & Sin, K. (2019, September). Global policy for all in education: Principal leadership for inclusion in response to students’ voices in diverse school settings? Paper presented at the World Education Leadership Symposium and Network 2019 (WELS 2019): Responsible Leadership – Demands, Reality, Possibilities, Theater Casino Zug and the University of Teacher Education, Zug, Switzerland.

Keywords

  • Leadership for inclusion
  • Multicultural education
  • Students’ voices in diversity

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