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Handbook of urban educational leadership / edited by Muhammad Khalifa, Noelle Witherspoon Arnold, Azadeh F. Osanloo and Cosette Grant.

Contributor(s): Khalifa, Muhammad A.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Lanham : Rowman &​ Littlefield Publishers, 2015Description: xxi, 677 pages ; 29 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781442220843 (pbk.) .Subject(s): Education, Urban -- United States | Education, Urban -- United States -- Administration | Educational leadership -- United States | United States -- Education, UrbanDDC classification: 370.91732 HAN Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Urban Educational Leadership: A Historical Perspective Section 1 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian 1.Urban Education and Leadership: A Historical Perspective /​ Eugene Sanders 2.Sankofa: Leadership and the Twenty-First-Century Black Female School Superintendents /​ Judy A. Alston 3.Demographic and Professional Characteristics of Urban School Principals in the United States: A Twenty-Year Trend Study /​ Jianping Shen 4.An Interpretive History of Urban Education and Leadership in Age of Perceived Racial Invisibility /​ Chris Dunbar Section 2 Teaching, Learning, Curriculum, and Educational Outcomes Section 2 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian 5.Creating a Culture of Confidence: Re-Conceptualizing Urban Educational Leadership /​ Mairi McDermott 6.Bringing Urban High School Reform to Scale: Rapidly Moving Dramatic Numbers of Students to Proficient Performance /​ Craig Hochbein Contents note continued: 7.Developing Teacher Leadership for Equity in Urban Schools /​ Joshua Childs 8.Teachers Learning to Lead: An Action Research Process Model /​ Leena Furtado Section 3 Gender, Race, Class, and Culture Section 3 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian Voice from the Field: Critical Care, Collaborative Activism, and Professional Risk: Unsung Yet Essential Aspects of Urban Educational Leadership /​ Camille M. Wilson 9.Urban Schools, Black Principals, and Black Students: Culturally Responsive Education and the Ethno-Humanist Role Identity /​ Kendra Lowery 10.Equity and Race-Visible Urban School Reform /​ Christine E. Sleeter 11.Culturally Responsive Leadership Preparation and Practices /​ Frankie K. Williams 12.From Dysconsciousness to Consciousness of Stereotypes That Disparage Black Youth: Calling for Transformative School Leadership /​ Syreeta A. McTier Contents note continued: 13.Tempered Radicalism in the Ivory Tower: Black Urban Educational Leaders Negotiating Lives in a Creative Class City /​ Stella L. Smith Section 4 Theory and Research Methodology Section 4 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian Voice from the Field: Sound the "Bell": Seeing Space, Seeing Color in Urban School Leadership Discourses /​ Ty-Ron M. O. Douglas 14.Using Social Norming and Ecological Theories and Diversity-Based Strategies for Bullying Interventions in Urban Areas: A Mixed-Methods Research Study /​ Jonathan P. Schwartz 15.Toward Community-Centric Educational Leadership in Addressing the School Discipline Disparity /​ Rodney Hopson 16.Revisiting Black Feminist Thought and Home-School Relations in the U.S. South /​ Tonya B. Perry Section 5 Parental Involvement and Community Section 5 Introduction /​ Muhammad Khalifa Contents note continued: 17."I Know Momma Didn't Have to Work This Hard": Leadership Implications of Intergenerational Differences in Engaging African-American Families /​ Jaqueline Shoemaker 18.Where Has All of the Community Rage Gone? Neoliberalism, Community Encroachment, and Unconventional Resistance in Detroit /​ Gregory White 19.A Spectrum of Parent and Community Engagement for Conceptualizing and Responding to the Institutional Complexity of Urban Schools /​ Kirsten J. Smith Section 6 Social Justice, Equity, Advocacy, and Activism Section 6 Introduction /​ Stefanie Marshall Voice from the Field: A Critical Race Theory Perspective on Urban School Leadership /​ Adrienne D. Dixson 20.AYP, Access, and Expectations: Superintendents' Legal, Distributive, and Transformative Approaches to Equity /​ Thomas Hatch 21.Learning to Lead for Social Justice: How Leadership Preparation Programs Can Improve Equity in Schools /​ Jeffrey S. Brooks Contents note continued: 22.Social Justice in Action: Urban School Leaders Address the School to Prison Pipeline via a Youth Court /​ Rey Garcia 23.Actions Matter: How School Leaders Enact Equity Principles /​ Lynda Tredway Section 7 Perspectives in Policy Section 7 Introduction /​ Marlene Melendez 24.Urban Leadership, Neoliberalism, and New Policy Entrepreneurs: Merging Leadership with Resistance /​ Milagros Seraus 25.Destiny High School: Redesigning Urban High Schools for Student Success /​ Omar J. Salaam 26.Leaders of the New School(s): Reconceptualizing an Autonomy Framework for Urban Principals Implementing Small School Reform /​ Rejer Finklin Section 8 Leadership Preparation, Development, and Support Section 8 Introduction /​ Jennifer Haan Voice from the Field: A Theory of Emancipatory Leadership /​ Juanita M. Simmons 27.Turnaround, School Choice, and the Hidden Discourses of Race in Leadership Preparation /​ Bradley W. Carpenter Contents note continued: 28.The Urban School Leaders Collaborative: An Alternative and Effective Model for Leadership Preparation and Practice /​ Encarnacion Garza Jr. 29.School Leadership in Urban Schools: How Social-Relational Leadership Shapes Teacher Engagement /​ Heather E. Price 30.Preparing Leaders to Support the Education of Diverse Learners /​ Ann P. O'Doherty 31.Lessons from a District-Based Doctoral Cohort: Faculty Stories of Challenge, Opportunity, and Impact /​ Eustace Thompson Section 9 Critical Foundations in Urban Educational Leadership Section 9 Introduction /​ Adelina Rodriguez 32.College Readiness and Urban Schools: Challenges and Opportunities /​ Pedro A. Noguera 33.Change Agency in Our Own Backyards: Meeting the Challenges of Next-Generation Programs in School Leader Preparation /​ Peter Martinez 34.Our Fierce Urgency of Now: Obstacles and Solutions for Improving the Promise of America /​ Eric J. Cooper Contents note continued: Section 10 International and Global Perspectives in Urban Education and Leadership Section 10 Introduction /​ Roberto Lozano 35.International Perspectives in Urban Educational Leadership: Social Justice Leadership and High-Need Schools /​ Howard Stevenson 36.Indigenous School Leadership in New Zealand: Cultural Responsivity for Diverse Learners in Urban Schools /​ Hoana Pearson 37.Crises, Critical Incidents, and Community and Educational Leadership /​ Tirza Wilbon-White Section 11 Directions in Urban Leadership: Challenges and Solutions Section 11 Introduction /​ Amanda Lopez Askin Voice from the Field: Urban School Leadership in Neoliberal Times: Critical Race Theory Reflection Perspectives /​ Laurence Parker 38.Urban Education Leadership in the Counseling Profession /​ Cirecie West-Olatunji 39.Principal Professional Identity and the Cultivation of Trust in Urban Schools /​ Gary M. Crow Contents note continued: 40.Exemplary Leadership in Challenging Urban Public School Settings: It's the Principal of the Thing /​ Harry Gutelius 41.School Turnaround: The Meaning of Capacity in Practice for African-American Women Principals /​ Cosette M. Grant.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Urban Educational Leadership: A Historical Perspective
Section 1 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian
1.Urban Education and Leadership: A Historical Perspective /​ Eugene Sanders
2.Sankofa: Leadership and the Twenty-First-Century Black Female School Superintendents /​ Judy A. Alston
3.Demographic and Professional Characteristics of Urban School Principals in the United States: A Twenty-Year Trend Study /​ Jianping Shen
4.An Interpretive History of Urban Education and Leadership in Age of Perceived Racial Invisibility /​ Chris Dunbar
Section 2 Teaching, Learning, Curriculum, and Educational Outcomes
Section 2 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian
5.Creating a Culture of Confidence: Re-Conceptualizing Urban Educational Leadership /​ Mairi McDermott
6.Bringing Urban High School Reform to Scale: Rapidly Moving Dramatic Numbers of Students to Proficient Performance /​ Craig Hochbein
Contents note continued: 7.Developing Teacher Leadership for Equity in Urban Schools /​ Joshua Childs
8.Teachers Learning to Lead: An Action Research Process Model /​ Leena Furtado
Section 3 Gender, Race, Class, and Culture
Section 3 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian
Voice from the Field: Critical Care, Collaborative Activism, and Professional Risk: Unsung Yet Essential Aspects of Urban Educational Leadership /​ Camille M. Wilson
9.Urban Schools, Black Principals, and Black Students: Culturally Responsive Education and the Ethno-Humanist Role Identity /​ Kendra Lowery
10.Equity and Race-Visible Urban School Reform /​ Christine E. Sleeter
11.Culturally Responsive Leadership Preparation and Practices /​ Frankie K. Williams
12.From Dysconsciousness to Consciousness of Stereotypes That Disparage Black Youth: Calling for Transformative School Leadership /​ Syreeta A. McTier
Contents note continued: 13.Tempered Radicalism in the Ivory Tower: Black Urban Educational Leaders Negotiating Lives in a Creative Class City /​ Stella L. Smith
Section 4 Theory and Research Methodology
Section 4 Introduction /​ Rhodesia McMillian
Voice from the Field: Sound the "Bell": Seeing Space, Seeing Color in Urban School Leadership Discourses /​ Ty-Ron M. O. Douglas
14.Using Social Norming and Ecological Theories and Diversity-Based Strategies for Bullying Interventions in Urban Areas: A Mixed-Methods Research Study /​ Jonathan P. Schwartz
15.Toward Community-Centric Educational Leadership in Addressing the School Discipline Disparity /​ Rodney Hopson
16.Revisiting Black Feminist Thought and Home-School Relations in the U.S. South /​ Tonya B. Perry
Section 5 Parental Involvement and Community
Section 5 Introduction /​ Muhammad Khalifa
Contents note continued: 17."I Know Momma Didn't Have to Work This Hard": Leadership Implications of Intergenerational Differences in Engaging African-American Families /​ Jaqueline Shoemaker
18.Where Has All of the Community Rage Gone? Neoliberalism, Community Encroachment, and Unconventional Resistance in Detroit /​ Gregory White
19.A Spectrum of Parent and Community Engagement for Conceptualizing and Responding to the Institutional Complexity of Urban Schools /​ Kirsten J. Smith
Section 6 Social Justice, Equity, Advocacy, and Activism
Section 6 Introduction /​ Stefanie Marshall
Voice from the Field: A Critical Race Theory Perspective on Urban School Leadership /​ Adrienne D. Dixson
20.AYP, Access, and Expectations: Superintendents' Legal, Distributive, and Transformative Approaches to Equity /​ Thomas Hatch
21.Learning to Lead for Social Justice: How Leadership Preparation Programs Can Improve Equity in Schools /​ Jeffrey S. Brooks
Contents note continued: 22.Social Justice in Action: Urban School Leaders Address the School to Prison Pipeline via a Youth Court /​ Rey Garcia
23.Actions Matter: How School Leaders Enact Equity Principles /​ Lynda Tredway
Section 7 Perspectives in Policy
Section 7 Introduction /​ Marlene Melendez
24.Urban Leadership, Neoliberalism, and New Policy Entrepreneurs: Merging Leadership with Resistance /​ Milagros Seraus
25.Destiny High School: Redesigning Urban High Schools for Student Success /​ Omar J. Salaam
26.Leaders of the New School(s): Reconceptualizing an Autonomy Framework for Urban Principals Implementing Small School Reform /​ Rejer Finklin
Section 8 Leadership Preparation, Development, and Support
Section 8 Introduction /​ Jennifer Haan
Voice from the Field: A Theory of Emancipatory Leadership /​ Juanita M. Simmons
27.Turnaround, School Choice, and the Hidden Discourses of Race in Leadership Preparation /​ Bradley W. Carpenter
Contents note continued: 28.The Urban School Leaders Collaborative: An Alternative and Effective Model for Leadership Preparation and Practice /​ Encarnacion Garza Jr.
29.School Leadership in Urban Schools: How Social-Relational Leadership Shapes Teacher Engagement /​ Heather E. Price
30.Preparing Leaders to Support the Education of Diverse Learners /​ Ann P. O'Doherty
31.Lessons from a District-Based Doctoral Cohort: Faculty Stories of Challenge, Opportunity, and Impact /​ Eustace Thompson
Section 9 Critical Foundations in Urban Educational Leadership
Section 9 Introduction /​ Adelina Rodriguez
32.College Readiness and Urban Schools: Challenges and Opportunities /​ Pedro A. Noguera
33.Change Agency in Our Own Backyards: Meeting the Challenges of Next-Generation Programs in School Leader Preparation /​ Peter Martinez
34.Our Fierce Urgency of Now: Obstacles and Solutions for Improving the Promise of America /​ Eric J. Cooper
Contents note continued: Section 10 International and Global Perspectives in Urban Education and Leadership
Section 10 Introduction /​ Roberto Lozano
35.International Perspectives in Urban Educational Leadership: Social Justice Leadership and High-Need Schools /​ Howard Stevenson
36.Indigenous School Leadership in New Zealand: Cultural Responsivity for Diverse Learners in Urban Schools /​ Hoana Pearson
37.Crises, Critical Incidents, and Community and Educational Leadership /​ Tirza Wilbon-White
Section 11 Directions in Urban Leadership: Challenges and Solutions
Section 11 Introduction /​ Amanda Lopez Askin
Voice from the Field: Urban School Leadership in Neoliberal Times: Critical Race Theory Reflection Perspectives /​ Laurence Parker
38.Urban Education Leadership in the Counseling Profession /​ Cirecie West-Olatunji
39.Principal Professional Identity and the Cultivation of Trust in Urban Schools /​ Gary M. Crow
Contents note continued: 40.Exemplary Leadership in Challenging Urban Public School Settings: It's the Principal of the Thing /​ Harry Gutelius
41.School Turnaround: The Meaning of Capacity in Practice for African-American Women Principals /​ Cosette M. Grant.

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