List of Figures and Tables
Part I: Early Childhood Education and Elementary School Settings
2. Leadership Responsive to Early Childhood Education: Not the Least of These
3. Principal Leadership in an Underperforming Elementary School: The Titanic Syndrome
4. Applied Critical Leadership for Native Education in Mainstream Schools and Districts: Leading by Example
Part II: Middle and Secondary School Settings
5. Middle and High School Applications of Critical Leadership: Voices from the Fringe
6. Applied Critical Leadership in Secondary Education: Teacher Leadership for Change
7. Secondary School Leadership for Social Justice and Equity: The Way Eyes See It
Part III: Higher Education Settings
8. Applied Critical Leadership in Higher Education: From the Director's Chair of Student Affairs
9. Academic Affairs and Higher Education: Applied Critical Leadership in the Ivory Tower
Part IV: Conclusion
10. The Case for Applied Critical Leadership in Pre-Kindergarten through Higher Education
Lorri J. Santamaria is Associate Professor of Multicultural/Multilingual Education and is Co-Director of the Educational Leadership Doctoral Program at California State University, San Marcos and the University of California, San Diego. Andres P. Santamaria is Adjunct Professor of Education at California State University, San Marcos, and is Principal of William H. Frazier Elementary School, Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.
"These authors weave theory and practice around the issues of educational inequity and change, thus, creating a remarkable piece of thought-provoking and highly significant work. This book should be read by all who have a vested interest in effective educational leadership, educational change, diversity and equity in public, private, and charter schools."
--Anthony Normore, Associate Professor of Educational Leadership, California State University, Dominguez Hills
"Finally, a book that has identity at the core of one's leadership. Santamaria and Santamaria have pulled together a collection of case studies that will inspire students, practitioners, and scholars to think critically about our own practices and ways in which we all face the challenges of educating in the 21st century."
--Frank Hernandez, Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching, Hamline University