Table of contents for The Sage handbook of educational leadership : advances in theory, research, and practice / Fenwick W. English, general editor.

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Introduction
A Metadiscursive Perspective on the Landscape of Educational Leadership in the 21st Century
Fenwick W. English, General Editor
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
About the Contributors
 Part 1. Introduction: Multiple Lenses of Democratic Leadership
Coeditors: Frances K. Kochan and Cynthia J. Reed, Auburn University
Chapter 1. A History of Public School Leadership: The First Century 1837?1942
Ira E. Bogotch, Florida Atlantic University
Chapter 2. Moral Leadership: Shifting the Management Paradigm
Michael E. Dantley, Miami University of Ohio
Chapter 3. Social Justice: Seeking a Common Language
Alan R. Shoho, University of Texas at San Antonio
Betty M. Merchant, University of Texas at San Antonio
Catherine A. Lugg, Rutgers University
Chapter 4. Collaborative Leadership, Community Building, and Democracy in Public Education
Frances K. Kochan, Auburn University
Cynthia J. Reed, Auburn University
 Part II. Introduction: Management, Organization, and Law
Editor: Charles J. Russo, University of Dayton
Chapter 5. Leadership As Social Construct: The Expression of Human Agency
Within Organizational Constraint
Rodney T. Ogawa, University of California at Santa Cruz
Chapter 6. Pivotal Points: History, Development, and Promise of the Principalship
Kathleen M. Brown, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapter 7. The School Superintendent: Roles, Challenges, and Issues
Theodore J. Kowalski, University of Dayton
C. Cryss Brunner, University of Minnesota
Chapter 8. The Role of Education Law in Leadership Preparation Programs
Charles J. Russo, University of Dayton
 Part III. Introduction: Educational Politics and Policy: Creating Equitable,
Democratic Schools
Editor: Gary L. Anderson, New York University
Chapter 9: Educational Leaders as Policy Analysts
Betty Malen, University of Maryland
Chapter 10: Educational Leadership and the New Economy: Keeping the ?Public? in Public Schools.
Gary L. Anderson, New York University
Monica Pini, National University of San Martin, Argentina
Chapter 11: A New Conception of Parent Engagement: Community Organizing for School Reform
Eva Gold, Research for Action
Elaine Simon, Research for Action
Chris Brown, Cross City, Urban School Reform
Chapter 12: Leading the School Through Culturally Responsive Inquiry
Ruth S. Johnson, California State University, Los Angeles
Lawson Bush, V, California State University, Los Angeles
Chapter 13: Constructing a Democratic Foundation for School-Based Reform: The Local Politics of School Autonomy and Internal Governance
Jesse Goodman, Indiana University
Daniel Baron, Harmony Education Center
Carol Myers, Harmony Education Center
 Part IV: Introduction: Theories of Leadership and Research Problems and Practices
Margaret Grogan, University of Missouri-Columbia
Gary M. Crow, University of Utah
Chapter 14: Shaping the Knowledge Base: Inquiry in Educational Leadership
Michelle D. Young, University Council for Educational Administration
Gerardo R. Lopez, Indiana University
Chapter 15: The Development of Leadership Thought and Practice in the United States
Gary M. Crow, University of Utah
Margaret Grogan, University of Missouri-Columbia
Chapter 16: Leading In the Midst of Diversity: The Challenge of Our Times
Carolyn M. Shields, University of British Columbia
Anish Sayani, University of British Columbia
 Part V: Introduction: The Micropolitics of Educational Leadership
Editor: Larry E. Frase, San Diego State University
Chapter 17: Curriculum Leadership: The Administrative Survival Skill in a Test-Driven Culture and a Competitive Educational Marketplace
Fenwick W. English, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Betty E. Steffy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapter 18: Refocusing the Purposes of Teacher Supervision
Larry E. Frase, San Diego State University
Chapter 19: Issues of Teaching and Learning
Eric Haas, Arizona State University
Leslie Poyner, University of New Mexico
Chapter 20: Student Misbehavior and Violence: A Re-examination of the Enemy Within
George J. Petersen, University of Missouri-Columbia
Chapter 21: New Approaches to School Design
Jeffrey A. Lackney, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Chapter 22: Unions, Collective Bargaining, and the Challenges of Leading
Todd A. DeMitchell, University of New Hampshire
Chapter 23: Finance, Planning, and Budgeting
William K. Poston, Jr., Iowa State University
Subject Index
Author Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Educational leadership.
School supervision.
School administrators.