Building from the history of inequality in education up to current problems, this text posits viewpoints on how to cultivate humanistic leaders in education to best benefit underserved children around the world. Among perspectives examined are economic, cultural, and political circumstances that benefit some and harm others, creating educational inequality. To illustrate the work that must be done, this book connects vignettes of compelling school issues to educational philosophies, e.g., Makiguchi’s work, to bridge the theoretical and the practical and pose real solutions.
|Title of host publication||Educational Leaders Without Borders|
|Subtitle of host publication||Rising to Global Challenges to Educate All Children|
|Editors||Rosemary Papa, Fenwick W. English|
|Place of Publication||Cham Switzerland|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
- Cultural dimension
- Economic dimension
- Educational leader without borders
- Ethical leadership
- Flagstaff seminar
- Flagstaff seminar scholar
- Participatory parity
- Political dimension
- The 'isms'