Are Principals Prepared to Lead in Schools with Diverse Student Populations Using Invitational Leadership?

Barbara N. Martin, Catherine M. Miller

Abstract


This inquiry sought to create meaning via an invitational leadership lens about how principals are prepared to lead in schools with diverse student populations. Data revealed principals’ perceptions about preparation related to invitational leadership emphasized contradictions between principals’ inviting-oriented rhetoric and their underlying beliefs regarding diverse student populations. Implications include opportunities that principal preparation programs include invitational leadership at the forefront of social justice leadership, as they prepare leaders working with diverse student populations.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22158/jecs.v1n2p198

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