Events

Pushing Against the Margins of Educational Leadership: Youth, Parent, and Community Leadership for Social Justice

Speaker Information:

Erica Fernandez, University of Connecticut; Rhoda Freelon, Spencer Foundation
Tiffany Octavia Harris, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ann M. Ishimaru, University of Washington
Van Lac, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Katherine Cumings Mansfield, Virginia Commonwealth University
Anjalé Welton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Melanie Bertrand, Arizona State University

The purpose of this session is to bring together a diverse group of scholars who study in the “margins of leadership” (youth voice, parent engagement, community organizing) to co-create a scholarship and action agenda to promote and examine youth, parent, and community leadership within the field. This session engages participants in dialogue and reflection around how we define leadership and the implications for expanding the educational leadership paradigm within school and district leadership preparation programs.

Critical Conversations and Networking Session

Part of the UCEA Convention 2016: Revitalizing Education in Complex Contexts: Re-Envisioning Leadership, Refreshing Practice, Redefining Student Success

Sponsor:

University Council for Educational Administration, Curry School of Education, The University of Virginia

Registration


Past Events

Pushing Against the Margins of Educational Leadership: Youth, Parent, and Community Leadership for Social Justice

Speaker Information:

Erica Fernandez, University of Connecticut; Rhoda Freelon, Spencer Foundation
Tiffany Octavia Harris, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ann M. Ishimaru, University of Washington
Van Lac, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Katherine Cumings Mansfield, Virginia Commonwealth University
Anjalé Welton, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Melanie Bertrand, Arizona State University

The purpose of this session is to bring together a diverse group of scholars who study in the “margins of leadership” (youth voice, parent engagement, community organizing) to co-create a scholarship and action agenda to promote and examine youth, parent, and community leadership within the field. This session engages participants in dialogue and reflection around how we define leadership and the implications for expanding the educational leadership paradigm within school and district leadership preparation programs.

Critical Conversations and Networking Session

Part of the UCEA Convention 2016: Revitalizing Education in Complex Contexts: Re-Envisioning Leadership, Refreshing Practice, Redefining Student Success

Sponsor:

University Council for Educational Administration, Curry School of Education, The University of Virginia

Registration