Developing Culturally Proficient Leaders
Educational Leadership Preparation, Diversity, Online Education, Culturally Responsive Leadership
The racial and ethnic demographic shifts occurring in the United States had increased the need for educational leaders capable of obtaining the cultural proficiency needed to effectively lead diverse schools. Graduate coursework focused on developing cultural competence provides a unique opportunity for school leaders to explore issues related to identity, bias, and diversity in a scholarly setting. Course design, materials, and assignments should work together seamlessly to provide students a rich opportunity to explore diversity issues. The present study examines the perspectives of students enrolled in a doctoral diversity course in Spring 2021 and how the course contributed to the development of culturally proficient leaders.
Ruffin, Jean F. and Simon, Marsha E.
"Developing Culturally Proficient Leaders Through Graduate Coursework: Examining Student Perspectives,"
School Leadership Review: Vol. 16:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/slr/vol16/iss2/2
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