Portland State University. Department of Educational Leadership and Policy
Date of Publication
Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Educational Leadership: Administration
Educational Leadership and Policy
Educational leadership, School administrators -- Attitudes, School management and organization, Minority students -- Study and teaching (Secondary), Culturally relevant pedagogy
1 online resource (xi, 147 pages)
Historically, education in the United States has been tailored to fulfill the needs of White students. As the Latina/o population increases in the United States, we must prepare teachers and school administrators to provide opportunities for an equal education for minority students of all races, cultural backgrounds, or ethnicities. School leadership plays an important role in the effectiveness of educational access for minority students. Leaders must review and modify their practices to ensure that minority students have the opportunity to be productive citizens in our society. The purpose of this research was to evaluate the characteristics of effective high school Leaders of Color and White leaders for Latina/o students in secondary schools and to provide recommendations for further investigation. This study revealed findings related to culturally responsive school leadership for Latina/o student success, with leaders of Color and White allies reporting different perspectives on equity leadership.
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Vergara, Victor H., "Culturally Responsive School Leadership For Latino/a Students Success" (2017). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3770.