An Unlikely Destination: Meeting the Educational Needs of Immigrant, Migrant and Refugee Children in the Suburbs of Chicago, IL,Editorial: Educational Leadership and Demographic Change: Perspectives on Diversity, Im/migration and Change from Cities Around the World,Educational Leadership and Im/migration: Preparation, Practice and Policy – The Swedish Case ,Effective School Leadership and New York City’s Immigrant and Migrant Children: A Study,Leading Schools with Migrant Children in Shanghai: Understanding Policies and Practices ,One Against the Grain: Re-Imagining the Face of School Leadership in Aotearoa New Zealand,Ontario school principals and diversity: Are they prepared to lead for equity?,Preparing transformative leaders for diversity, immigration, and equitable expectations for school-wide excellence,School Leadership, Social Justice and Immigration: Examining, Exploring and Extending Two Frameworks ,Southern Filipino School Leaders and Religious Diversity: A Typology
Educational Leadership and Demographic Change: Perspectives on Diversity, Im/migration and Change from Cities Around the World Description
Educational Leadership and Demographic Change: Perspectives on Diversity, Im/migration and Change from Cities Around the World
Given unprecedented demographic shifts, immigration and migration throughout the world, this special issue of the International Journal of Educational Management is timely. That said, while there is a great deal of scholarly literature related to the topic throughout the social sciences, and a substantial corpus of such research in education as a field, there has been relatively little attention that investigates how leadership influences (and is influenced by) immigration and migration. Considered as a whole, this special issue seeks to explore this gap in the literature. As such, the issue focuses on the way that immigration and migration influence leadership preparation, practice and policy in some of the world’s most dynamic cities, including Shanghai, Chicago, New York, Toronto, and a few authors take broader looks at Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, and the United States.