What happens when a female Arab teacher tries to break through personal and social barriers and aspires to undertake the role of high school principal, a role that constitutes a symbol of male domination? Further, findings from a report on the status of women in higher educationshow that, although women now earn the majority of all college degrees and are well represented in entry- and mid-level positions in most economic sectors, they have made surprisin… 2, Issue 2, Article 3 4 Positions Pendidik (2012) argues that the typical (American) school principal of today is a white male about 50 years old who works at least 10 hours a day and has been a principal since before 1990. This paper explores the history and processes associated with the transformation of a northern Canadian Aboriginal² school into a culture-based community school for its Metis, Inuvialuit and Gwichin citizens. da Comunidade de Madrid, na presença de um conjunto de características próprias dos on various context variables. repartida que se sustenta numa filosofia mais coletiva e inclusiva do que a teoria da The analytical overview of gender analysis in education is informed by an extensive review of literature, including documents from academia and major development organizations that focus on the issues of gender analysis in development and its application to education. These five lenses are utilized to disentangle and examine some of the issues associated with Canadian educational leadership, past, present and future. This is particularly true for women in secondary education, where only about 20 per cent of headships are held by women. Significant differences in thinking were found between gender and academic classification. 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Keywords: Secondary school, organizational communication, school administrator. Finds that in the majority of the case-study schools men outnumbered women in senior management positions. The fact that the principal of this school is a woman has not changed the overall findings that leadership qualities for successful schooling are universal and do not necessarily depend on the gender of the leader. Distributed leadership is an important emerging concept for the educational sector culture 0000008368 00000 n como objetivo describir cómo se ejercen las prácticas de liderazgo de la directora de una The GSFP thus motivate parents to enrol their children in school and to see that they attend school regularly. Cecilia L. Ridgeway�s (2001) review of the relationship between gender and leadership uses expectation theory as it applies to gender-leadership relationship in the workplace to describe how �gender status beliefs shape men�s and women�s assertiveness, the attention and evaluation their performances receive, ability attributed to them on the basis of performance, the influence they achieve, and the likelihood that they emerge as leaders. Transition Year is an innovative, optional, one-year programme taken by approximately half the 15–16-year age cohort in schools in the Republic of Ireland. However, neglecting duties, lack of The number of women who achieve senior posts in educational management is disproportionate to the number of women employed. In this presentation, other factors will be analyzed and seen as more important • Recent trends analyze gender equality as a 'relational process' through the educational systems, norms and values are institutionalised within them • To demonstrate this relational process, I will break down 'gender equality' into three connected parts and identifying indicators often used to … I looked at the roles of leadership and found that these roles tell me about what leaders do or are supposed to be doing. transforman en sistemas más complejos. Women are not receiving an equal amount of education, and are not employed at equal rates as their male counterparts. This paper was prompted by an Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA) recommendation in the 2006 Murdoch University audit report, as well as our own perceived inconsistency between espoused equity values, and the realities for women academics. Linley, A.L. Gender can be considered fluid in the sense that one can challenge their own gender identity, in some instances holding it completely opposed to their sex. The analytical Regarding This study aimed to assess the instructional leadership practices and political strategies implemented by the senior principals. Over the past two decades, the phenomenon of teachers abandoning the profession has been noted internationally, and has increasingly caught the attention of policy makers and educational leaders. Copyright © 2017 by Emerald Group Publishing Limited All rights of reproduction in any form reserved. xref We present a dialogue about the current context for educational leadership preparation that draws upon worldwide thought and discussion. Drawing on research in schools in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, the United States and Canada, it introduces new discussions about the impact of gender, race, class, institutional setting and recent ideologies on leadership discourses. Discussion focuses on several areas identified in the literature as critical including: leading and learning in context (Knapp, Copland & Talbert, 2003); leaders’ response to changing expectations and learning agendas, and professional development of leaders of learning (Normore, 2004). This article reports on a school improvement initiative undertaken by a private university in Pakistan. escuelas primarias en Madrid. Matters relating to change and innovation are problematised in order to reflect the complexities and diversities that are characteristic of the educational sector. This study investigates issues impeding effective school leadership in Solomon Islands' secondary schools. 0000007141 00000 n The headteachers had experienced both overt discrimination and more subtle sexism and tended to meet both with pragmatism, rather than confrontation. as well as certain profiles and conclusions. Gender inequality persists in leadership positions Having female leaders influences the extent of emphasis placed on gender equality in policy and practice (Clots-Figueras, 2012; Smith, 2014). A glance at the study tracks chosen, and the subject areas they adhere to, suggests that the structure of education remains highly gendered. escuelas primarias en Madrid, con la presencia de un conjunto de características de la These challenges induce stress in not only new teachers, but experienced teachers as well and factor in to a teacher's retention decision. With the emergence of women leadership concept in 1970's there can be seen a progression towards women's role in the business life which has markedly made a difference in the leadership school of thought. Along with teaching at postgraduate level, she has supervised many thesis in this area. 0000004277 00000 n Regarding administrator-student communication, results indicated that not schools in Mersin. The Whole School Improvement Programme, designed with the purpose to improve the quality of education appropriate to children and teachers of poor communities, is being implemented in selected elementary schools. The results demonstrate that adolescents’ GRA are influenced by socio-demographic characteristics (sex, importance of religion, socio-economic status), family socialization (parental gender role attitudes), and school gender cultures. This book features chapters by leading international scholars on gender and educational leadership. On the other hand, the results of this study provide evidence that school administrators have a number of significant organizational communication problems regarding administrator-teacher, administratorstudent, and administrator-parent communication. When beginning teachers participate in mentoring programs, retention is substantially increased because they experience improved support, better working conditions, and increased job satisfaction (Flesch, 2005; Guarino, Santibanez, Daley, & Brewer, 2004; Ingersoll, 2007; Kelley, 2004). Detailed insights and examples of academic leadership in universities were revealed and new ways of thinking about research leadership developed. It is the goal of this chapter to lay out the issues that educators of leaders, potential leaders, and “practicing” leaders should be aware of, to achieve success for the good of the groups and … conclusiones. In particular, the role of the principal, a local Aboriginal, as a leader in initiating and facilitating the transformative change is examined. Samples for this study consist of 327 teachers from ten secondary schools in Johor Bahru that was leads by the senior principals. In addition, administrator-parent This study has the potential to fill in the knowledge gap in the female leadership domain from a cross-cultural context, whilst future directions for research are suggested. Women have made consistent and impressive gains in education attainment and the workplace—from boardrooms to classrooms—in the last 50 years. The key findings of the study identify a range of factors that inhibit effective school leadership. schools in Madrid in the presence of a set of characteristics and the particular schools Earlier research by Knapp, Copland, and Talbert (2003) and the socialization processes of leaders of learners (Browne-Ferrigno & Muth, 2004; Leithwood, Steinbach, & Begley, 1992; Normore, 2007, 2004) will serve as the foundation for several areas of action identified by these researchers including: establishing a focus on learning by persistently and publicly focusing leaders own attention and that of others on learning and teaching; professional and organizational socialization processes; what leading for learning looks like in practice (Darling-Hammond, LaPointe, Meyerson, Orr, & Cohen, 2007); professional development including pre-service preparation, field-based learning, and personal and professional formation (Daresh, 1997; Gross, 2009; Normore, 2004); and creating coherence by connecting student, professional, and system learning with one another and with learning goals (Knapp et al., 2003). (2009) Understanding leadership experiences: the need for story sharing and feminist literature as a survival manual for leadership, Gender and Education, 21(6): 769-777. Commonly used scales were reviewed, and the extant critiques were discussed. The study also suggests that the human element in the educational processes in schools is of critical importance than the conditions in which schools find themselves. conflitos e inserção sociais e currículos. descrever como se manifesta o exercício da LD nos diretores (as) das escolas primárias Despite major advances, there are still some troubling gender gaps in the United States, however. Other scholars define leadership on the basis of personal traits, skills and abilities, behaviours, styles and the competences of a leader (, ... She felt that her experiences would differ if she were a White female or male. Analysis of leadership definitions show that three particular elements commonly feature: goal setting and achievement, group activities and influence upon behaviour of others (Ball, 2007). Moreover, cooperative leadership also focuses on building relationships and sharing power with someone else and other organizations by using administrative and communication skills. More than 80 percent have elevated gender-equitable leadership to a strategic business imperative. A key assertion made by authors is that by incorporating this dimension to their leadership can be helpful for those who search for life-sustaining contexts while simultaneously empowering themselves as agents of transformative change (Shields, 2010) who align everyday practice with core values. La escuela del siglo XXI se presenta como una The purpose of this qualitative study is to determine organizational communication, results indicated that defensiveness, indifference, teacher attitudes, anxiety Log in | Register Cart. Combining the conceptualizations of research in women leadership, changes have been typically found in the literature which shows a transformational perspective of women in business settings. being afraid of administrator, being afraid of administrator, age, being emphatic, time problems by administrators interviewed. In those societies that have a greater occurrence of certain kinds of hermaphroditic or intersexed infants than elsewhere,4 there sometimes are social categories beyond the standard This positive outcome precipitated the author's interest in working with this school in science delivery development. Different studies on the impact of school feeding programme have shown an increase in both gross primary school enrolment ratio (GPSER) and net primary school attendance ratio (NPSER) and an increase in school attendance rates [2. With good guidance from the leader and trust among staff members the farm school has been able to overcome some socio-economic pressures to emerge successful in the academic field. This paper argues that educational leadership is a key influence on the quality of teaching and learning and thus student achievement. than traditional theory of leadership that are focuses on skills, traits and behaviors Examination of women's presence across educational sectors in the two selected countries required obtaining information about actual and not representative, overall numbers or percentages of women in educational posts. However, exercising the collegiality both roles demand goes against established cultures of isolated individualism in Irish schools. Upon reflection of these trends and contexts, we conclude with a structure and content proposal for a Master of Education cohort focus group specializing in educational leadership at The University of Lethbridge, Alberta. According to the American Council on Education’s (ACE) American College President Study 2017, only 30 percent of the nation’s college and university presidents are women—an increase of just four percentage points since 2011. The data were gathered by utilizing interview technique through a semi-structured interview including 16 questions which were developed by the researcher. ship of an educational organisation is in any case as vital a part of learners’ experi-ence as teaching and learning as it models expectations of equality. a sinergia que se estabelece entre elas, em função de diversas variáveis de contexto. Twenty teachers were developed as Lead Teachers. The research approach has included interviews with twenty-five staff from within the school. For example, a woman who considers herself to be a male, possessing the same sexual desires as a male, and is contemplating undergoing surgery in order to become male is an example of sex and gender being separate as … Peter.G. Furthermore, maintaining TY's coherence and integrity in the face of threats from more established programmes offers particular challenges. The fact that most women who reach senior management served previously in midlevel positions. Schools are not exempt from these inequities. All the female headteachers of one English shire county were interviewed about their own experiences and views on barriers to women's progress. 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In her dissertation, Myriam Halimi shows how young adolescents’ GRA are dynamically shaped. A qualitative research design was employed comprising 20 semi-structured face-to-face interviews with academics in case studies of a pre-1992 and a post-1992 university. These proved to be strong barriers to leadership succession and resulted in on-going, significant challenges for incumbent female leaders. Higher Education The Gender Leadership Gap Advancing Women in Leadership Roles. The education systems of England and Singapore are quite different. Gender analysis is a valuable descriptive and diagnostic tool for development planners and crucial to gender mainstreaming efforts. 127 23 and proposing solutions to these organizational communication- related problems. Drawing on research in schools in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, the United States and Canada, it introduces new discussions about the impact of gender, race, class, institutional setting and recent ideologies on leadership discourses. Workplace ready and futures oriented capabilities that underpin the work of a learning manager are explored in the context of schools, classrooms and education systems. 0000001561 00000 n influenciada pela tecnologia, pelos processos de globalização, mudanças nos programas, [Kay Fuller, (College teacher)] -- "Gender, Identity and Educational Leadership explores how head teachers' social identities - particularly pertaining to gender, social class and ethnicity - influence their leadership … It addresses the ways in which leadership activities and processes such as decision-making, negotiating and reaching consensus are discursively constructed by team members, and how different forms of leadership are instantiated through research interactions. Given the complex context within which public higher education leaders in Kenya now work and the challenges posed by recent changes, this article argues that the institutions need to develop new models of leadership to make sense of the highly complex political, economic and cultural landscapes of the modern world in general and Kenyan society in particular. The study thus suggests a number of measures for improving female representation in community secondary school leadership in Tanzania at the professional and personal development level, recruitment level and policy level. The factors providing the impetus for change and processes fostering change are examined through the critical lens of Kaupapa Maori Theory, a guiding framework for transformative praxis in New Zealand Maori schools. The study exposes the difficulties faced by farm schools and looks at how the principal confronts these difficulties and turn some of these into success stories. individuals as leaders. The study uses the interpretive orientation as the methodology for investigating the principal’s role. In contrast, the Singaporean educational environment is quite centralized, including the management of career paths, and the proportion of female senior managers is much higher. This study also focuses on the relationship between principals’ instructional leadership and attitude towards change based on the aspects of cognitive, affective and behavioural. © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. It is thus the expectation that pupils' enrolment in schools with the GSFP show an increase as well as attendance and retention as this is supported by literature on school feeding programmes in various countries and contexts, including Ghana [2. allocation, and giving priority to student are mentioned factors positively influencing is a shared form of leadership that is based on a more collective philosophy and inclusive 1) [2. This qualitative study aimed to identify challenges of educators faced with education reform and violent unrest that has taken place in five Southern provinces of Thailand, as well as leadership characteristics that emerged in this context. El enfoque metodológico utilizado A purposeful selection was employed for participant recruitment of the study. Quantitative data will be analyzed using mean, standard deviation and Pearson Correlation The qualitative interview data will be analyzed using Nvivo. The program focuses on institutional capacity-building through development of teacher leadership. administrators working at secondary school. The Women Leading in Education coaching pledge linked 1,000 women teachers with coaches to support them towards leadership by March 2017, however the target hadn’t been hit in January New gender pay-gap regulations in April 2017 required all organisations with more than 250 employees to report their gender pay gap; this includes more than 400 academy trusts This book features chapters by leading international scholars on gender and educational leadership. According to literature, women love to work as a team and build good relationships with their teammates and they take care of each other's problems and play a supportive role in team building and they always like to grow with others (Coleman, 2003(Coleman, , 2005Grogan & Shakeshaft, 2009). El liderazgo Covering both developed and developing countries, it is underpinned by a substantially updated analysis of theory, research, policy and practice. trailer The way in which the leader of Rocklands farm School conducts herself and the vision she shares with the people within the organization go a long way towards the improvement of organizational structures and their functioning. During this first or establishment phase of the SECS project strategies have been implemented to begin the process of building capacity in sexuality education at NBC. administrator-administrator communication, teamwork, informal communication, Consequently, the school administrators were found to be at moderate level in terms of change tendencies. startxref Introducing an educational innovation into any school context involves some challenge to existing practices. 0000000016 00000 n As children, they had been aware of high educational expectations held of them by their parents. diretores (as) e das condições particulares das escolas. This study analyzes the gender gap at colleges and universities from an institutional context. In addition, analysis of data revealed that there are some differences among Para desenvolver a investigação, propôs-se como objetivo geral To examine the practice and the relationship, PIMRS (Principal Instructional Management Rating Scale) develop by Hallinger and Murphy and “The inventory of attitudes towards change”, developed by Dunham et al. Talking about equity and sexism is not an easy or comfortable task. It asks what the issues are; in what ways women and men leaders are different and alike; whether the gender gap matters. Originality/value – Leadership has been acknowledged as a decisive component in education namely due to the improvements it brings in many areas. The program seeks to gain a better understanding into the ways in which teacher leadership can influence school change leading to improved student learning. 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