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Saturday, November 19 • 2:00pm - 3:10pm
Equity-Oriented Leadership for Social Justice

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Transformation Is Vital to Social Justice Leadership. Amanda Jo Cordova, Encarnacion Garza (University of Texas at San Antonio)

A one sided emphasis in traditional educator programs of coursework defined by their focus
on accountability and closing achievement gaps often detracts from the training of future educational leaders to engage in pedagogical practices developing their sense of critical collective consciousness as a means to facilitate ongoing, long-lasting transformative leadership capacity. It is through this transformative capacity that educators can emancipate themselves from the shackles of neo-liberalism to revitalize, re-envision, and redefine education.

Using the Senses to Promote Social Justice and Equity-Oriented Work Through Performance Art. Christa Boske, Kent State University; Azadeh F. Osanloo, New Mexico State University; Whitney Sherman Newcomb, Virginia Commonwealth University; Leshun Collins

School leaders are storytelling organisms who, individually and collectively, lead storied lives, in uencing their ways of knowing and responding to the world. This autoethnography used sense-making to understand how seven Black male students, a Black aspiring school leader, and a White university artist mentor understood the integration of sense-making as artmaking to re-envision and redefine educational practices by promoting social-justice-oriented work aligned with culturally responsive curricula and pedagogy in K-12 and leadership preparation.

Leadership for Social Justice Through Access to Secondary Education: A Case Study From Belize. Stephen Louis Jacobson, Lorenda Chisolm, Noemi Waight (University at Buffalo, SUNY)

This case study reports the efforts of school leaders to establish the rst secondary school on a small island off the coast of Belize. Drawn from a larger study of the school’s STEM curriculum developed in relation to the sustainable eco-tourism industry emerging on the island, this article focuses on the social justice impetus and community partnerships that led to the school’s establishment in the first place.



Saturday November 19, 2016 2:00pm - 3:10pm
Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center: Floor 5 - Duluth B

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