Monthly Archives: November 2012
The City University of New York’s Graduate Center has announced a project to expand the social-media reach of academics working on social-justice issues. Read the story here.
Update: There has been a very encouraging response to my recent request for all those with some past involvement to commit to future engagement in some form – see my previous post. A full list of those who have replied … Continue reading
International Journal of Leadership in Education: Theory and Practice Sustaining school performance: school contexts matter QING GU & OLOF JOHANSSON To cite this article: QING GU & OLOF JOHANSSON (2012): Sustaining school performance: school contexts matter, International Journal of Leadership … Continue reading
The Social Justice Leadership group of the International School Leadership Development Network meets Saturday 17th November at #UCEA2012. ‘Making sense of social justice: an international exploration of school leader perspectives’ is at 2pm (to 3.20) in Colorado G. Principal perspectives … Continue reading
The group is currently making good progress, and we are enjoying a very successful convention at UCEA in Denver. Elsewhere on this blog you will be able to read about the work we have been doing, and the work we … Continue reading
Notes and actions from Denver (11/12) meeting. The meeting covered a lot of ground – discussions were not always conclusive. Hence these notes comprise a combination of ACTIONS and PROPOSALS (the former are what we agreed to do, and the … Continue reading