Educational Leadership: Culture and Diversity Hardcover – 3 Jun 2005
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'The book ends with five propositions to help map future directions in cross-cultural research into educational leadership and management. They are pertinent in a theoretical and also in a practical sense and should be borne in mind by leaders and policymakers in their consideration of strategies for school improvement' - Ken Jones, Swansea Institute of Higher Education, writing in the Journal of In-service Education
'The authors offer a rigorous and systematic analysis based on careful definition, illustration and discussion which demonstrates the importance of understanding culture, leadership and their interaction in different contexts: in doing so they provide a powerful antidote to the simplistic export of ideas and lay foundations for a more sophisticated conceptual framework for the study of educational leadership' - John West-Burnham, International Leadership Centre, University of Hull
About the Author
Professor Allan Walker is the Joseph Lau Chair Professor of International Educational Leadership, Head of the Department of Education Policy and Leadership and Director of The Joseph Lau Luen Hung Charitable Trust Asia Pacific Centre for Leadership and Change at The Hong Kong Institute of Education. Before moving to the Institute, he was Chair Professor of Educational Administration and Policy at The Chinese University of Hong Kong where he worked for 16 years. He also worked at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and in Universities in Australia and the United States. In 2010 he was made a Fellow of the Australian Council for Educational Leadership for his contribution to educational leadership research and development globally, but especially in South and Southeast Asia.
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Top Customer Reviews
I thought Dr M Wilson's chapter (four) was really good as well.
Well worth a read.
The book was of great assistance to me although I had no prior experience or background about educational leadership.