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Women in the superintendency

discarded leadership

by Joyce A. Dana

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield Education in Lanham, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Women school superintendents -- United States.,
    • School management and organization -- United States.,
    • Sex discrimination in education -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJoyce A. Dana, Diana M. Bourisaw.
      ContributionsBourisaw, Diana, 1956-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2831.72 .D36 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3407709M
      ISBN 101578863740, 1578863759
      LC Control Number2005023530

      The superintendency offers the most powerful and prestigious positions in K public school systems. Few superintendents of these systems in the United States are women, although the majority of teachers are women and many women have leadership positions in schools. There are also increasing numbers of women in administrative preparation programs at institutions of higher education.   This book is a feminist poststructuralist account of women aspiring to the superintendency in K public school systems in the United States. It deals with issues of power, gender, and leadership and provides a framework for understanding the contemporary context of the : Margaret Grogan.

      This book is a feminist poststructuralist account of women aspiring to the superintendency in K public school systems in the United States. It deals with issues of power, gender, and leadership and provides a framework for understanding the contemporary context of the superintendency. Diana M. Bourisaw is the author of Women In The Superintendency ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and Judgment ( avg rating, 1 r 5/5(1).

      In C. C. Brunner (Ed.), Sacred dreams: Women and the superintendency (pp. ). State University of New York Press. State University of New York Press. Power, gender, and superintendent selection: Women and the superintendency. Navigating the Superintendency BY AMY F. SICHEL A Top 10 list of enabling ideas gleaned from colleagues over her years in the field. EXECUTIVE PERSPECTIVE Opening U.S. Students’ Eyes to China BY DANIEL A. DOMENECH AASA’s executive director shares his recent travels with the People to People Student Ambassador Program. AASA SCHOOL SOLUTIONS.


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Women in the superintendency by Joyce A. Dana Download PDF EPUB FB2

Women in the Superintendency: Discarded Leadership has the potential to stimulate self-recognition and honest conversations among talented women educators.

Ultimately, it may provoke them to demolish many of the barriers described - with eyes wide by: In Women in the Superintendency, Dana and Bourisaw present both the historical backdrop for women’s roles in the public school system as well as contemporary commentary by women themselves on their stories of navigating the murky waters ofAuthor: Rebekah Buchanan.

Review of Women in the Superintendency: Discarded Leadership by Joyce A. Dana and Diana M. Bourisaw Note on the Author Rebekah Buchanan is a Ph.D. candidate in Urban Education with a Certificate in Women’s Studies at Temple University, Philadelphia, : Rebekah Buchanan.

-- Ronald W. Rebore, Ph.D., professor and associate dean, Graduate School of Saint Louis University Women in the Superintendency is a much needed spotlight on challenges, barriers and gender prejudice The authors give a well-prepared, researched and careful presentation with suggestions that come from personal experiences.

In Women in the Superintendency, Dana and Bourisaw present both the historical backdrop for women's roles in the public school system as well as contemporary commentary by women themselves on their stories of navigating the murky waters of school leadership.

Book Review: Women in the Superintendency: Discarded Leadership. Inwhen she became the superintendent of the Chicago schools, Ella Flagg Young proclaimed that women were destined to rule the schools of every city. After all, women accounted for nearly eighty percent of all teachers by and their ascendance into formal school leadership positions could not be far behind.

After World War II, however, a backlash against single women educators and a. The percentage of women in the superintendency remained stagnant over 80 years of the last century and has only increased slightly, to just fewer than 14% of the public school superintendents in the U.S.

today. In other words, the glass ceiling still exists. The persistent reasons for lack of change are gender prejudice and gender structuring-frequently referred to as sexism.

Superintendent search firms have been more aggressive in identifying women candidates, while the gender composition of school boards gradually has shifted toward a more even distribution between women and men. Several books and an array of doctoral dissertations have examined women and the superintendency.

While the percentages of women and persons of color in the superintendency increased slightly in the past decade, the numbers across the entire 20th century remained low and fairly stable (Blount. Happy reading Standards-based leadership: a case study book for the superintendency Bookeveryone.

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As women think about, seek, and accept superintendency assignments, they need a resource like Sacred Dreams that offers both practical advice from those who have attained this rank and research. A forthcoming book on women superintendents reports that they now make up 18 percent of the pool.

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