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Inclusive Leadership for Ethnically Diverse Schools: Initiating and Sustaining Dialogue
This article explores the measures that administrators take, and can take, to promote inclusive practice in racially/ethnically diverse schools. It describes a study that examined how administrators initiate and sustain dialogue with their various school constituencies. Interviews were conducted with 35 administrators, most of whom were principals, and most of whom were from one large school district. Responses suggest that the principal's role, important in any school, is even more important in culturally diverse schools.
Author/Creator: Ryan, James
Date Published: 04-00
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Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 19-23 1999).
143 Reports--Research; 150 Speeches/Meeting Papers
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