© 2018 – Routledge
168 pages | 5 B/W Illus.
Co-published with UCEA, this new textbook tackles Standard #2 of the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL)—Ethics and Professional Norms. This volume includes specific strategies for school leaders to develop knowledge and skills in supporting the learning and development of all students, as well as understanding the dynamics and importance of ethics in leadership practice. By presenting problem-posing cases, theoretical grounding, relevant research, implications for practice, and learning activities, this book provides aspiring leaders with the background, learning experiences, and analytical tools to successfully promote ethical leadership and student success in their contexts.
Special features include:
• Case Studies—provide an opportunity to practice ethical reasoning and engage in the discussion of complexities and debates within each case.
• Learning Activites—a range of exercises help readers make connections to the PSEL standard.
• Important Resources—includes resources that support and encourage students to explore each of the chapter’s elements.
Introduction to Series. Janie Lindle and Rose Ylimaki
Series Foreword. Joseph Murphy
Chapter 1: Introduction – Ethics in Education and its Importance in School Leadership. Lisa Bass, William Frick & Michelle Young
Chapter 2: Being an Ethical Leader Means Taking Responsibility for Student’s Academic and Social Success. William C. Frick & Steven J. Gross
Chapter 3: Modeling Ethical Leadership. Marla Israel
Chapter 4: Supporting Democratic and Ethical Schools. Colleen Larson
Chapter 5: Safeguarding the Values of Diversity and Equity. Lisa Bass & Michael Dantley
Chapter 6: The Moral and Legal Dimensions of Decision Making. Jackie Stefkovich and Joan Shapiro
Chapter 7: Supporting Socially Just, Equitable and Inclusive Schools. Barbara Pazey
Chapter 8: Future Directions in the Development of Ethical Leadership. Lisa Bass, Bill Frick, Michelle Young & Paul Begley
This series, co-published with University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA), is designed to provide educational leadership students, faculty members, professional developers, and practitioners with a deep understanding of the core functions of an educational leader as delineated by the latest leadership standards. The focus of the series is on school level leadership, and in particular the functions of principals and assistant principals, though chapters may speak to teacher leadership as well.