Educational leaders, particularly the campus leaders, have often defined their job and responsibilities as overwhelming. However, regardless of the endless tasks on school administrators’ to do lists, ensuring that every child receives an excellent education should be at the forefront of everything educational leaders do. An excellent education is one that not only transfers knowledge to children but also one that develops the critical thinking skills that students will need to make sense of the world and be successful citizens of the democracy in which we exist. Educational leaders have the moral responsibility to understand, and hopefully embrace critical pedagogy (Freire, 1970).
Oliveras-Ortiz, Yanira and Jones, Jennifer
"An Intellectual Space for Educational Leaders' Diversity and Social Justice Discourse,"
Diversity, Social Justice, and the Educational Leader: Vol. 1
, Article 3.
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