Getting churched and being schooled: Making meaning of poverty and leadership practice

Arnold, N and Brooks, J 2013, 'Getting churched and being schooled: Making meaning of poverty and leadership practice', Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 44-53.


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Collection: Journal Articles

Title Getting churched and being schooled: Making meaning of poverty and leadership practice
Author(s) Arnold, N
Brooks, J
Year 2013
Journal name Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
Volume number 16
Issue number 2
Start page 44
End page 53
Total pages 10
Publisher Sage Publications, Inc.
Abstract Personal and professional histories can provide insights into educational leadership and administrative practice. Drawing on a life and professional historical narrative of a Black, female principal, this case explores the intersection of race, spirituality, and social justice based on excerpts from a life narrative of a Black, female principal. This case provides opportunities to explore spiritual and religious aspects of educational leadership practice, and also explores issues of church and state while asking the reader to consider their epistemological assumptions relative to sociocultural dynamics of leadership such as race, gender, and social justice.
Subject Educational Administration, Management and Leadership
Keyword(s) educational leadership
social justice
spiritual leadership
narrative
DOI - identifier 10.1177/1555458913487034
Copyright notice © 2013 The University Council for Educational Administration
ISSN 1555-4589
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