CUEL is excited to share findings from our recent study of social justice and activist-oriented school leadership. This work identifies more community-centered activist leadership work and the factors that shaped this work and considers the ways in which market-based contexts are likely to shape the work of social justice leaders. Be sure to seek out these recent publications!
Salisbury, J., Richard, M., & Cosner, S. (2020). Merging schools and communities: Engaging in activist leadership beyond your school walls. In J. Brooks, T. Watson, & A. Heffernan (Eds.), The school leadership survival guide: What to do when things go wrong, how to learn from mistakes, and why you should prepare for the worst (pp. 131-153). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Richard M., Cosner, S., & Salisbury, J. (2020). Social justice leadership in market contexts. In C. Mullen (Ed.), Handbook of social justice interventions in education (pp. 1-25). Switzerland. Springer International Handbook of Education.
Richard, M., Salisbury, J., & Cosner, S. (in press). The school-community connection: Social justice leaders’ community activism to promote justice for students. International Journal of Leadership in Education.