This symposium inquires into a critical question in leadership preparation: "How do we prepare educational leadership candidates to work as change agents in institutions guided by socially unjust policies where professionals act with limited discretion?" The symposium uses an ethnodramatic case, adult learning techniques, and an expert panel to ignite dialogue and explore the gap between our field's vision for socially just schools and the demoralizing conditions where too many students learn and teachers teach.
Vanover, Charles; Harris, Tiffany; Salaam, Omar J.; Jones, Roderick; and McConnell, Heather, "Using an Ethnodramatic Case to Discuss Leadership for Social Justice" (2015). USF St. Petersburg campus Faculty Publications. 2882.
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