Journals

Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education (JALE)

The Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education (JALE) is a refereed journal established in January 2010. This journal is published quarterly, online. JALE is a project operated by Nipissing University Centre for the Study of Leadership and Ethics of UCEA, which was established in 2009. The journal is housed in the Schulich School of Education, Nipissing University, Ontario, Canada under the editorship of Heather Rintoul.

The Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education is dedicated to promoting and disseminating a broad range of scholarly inquiry relating to the areas of values and ethics, and their relationship to theory and practice in educational administration. The editor believes that the areas of values and ethics remain a critically important direction for research into the practice of educational administration, and is prepared to consider a wide range of disciplined empirical and conceptual works of interest to both scholars in the field as well as practicing administrators.

In recent years such scholarship has increasingly been referred to as authentic leadership. Authentic leadership is a metaphor for professionally effective, ethically sound, and consciously reflective practices in educational administration. This is leadership that is knowledge-based, values informed, and skillfully executed. Leadership by definition refers to practices that extend beyond the usual procedural context of organizational management. Authentic leadership implies a genuine kind of leadership – a hopeful, open-ended, visionary and creative response to social circumstances, as opposed to the more traditional dualistic portrayal of management and leadership practices characteristic of now obsolete research literature on effective principal practices (Begley 2001).

Archived PDF issues of JALE can be accessed at the following link:Â http://csle.nipissingu.ca/archived.html

 

 

Values and Ethics in Educational Administration (VEEA)

VEEA is a fully refereed journal of the UCEA Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education (CSLEE). The journal was established in September, 2002. This journal is published quarterly, both in traditional paper format as well as online. VEEA is a project operated by The Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education of UCEA, which was established as a University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Program Centre in June 1996. The current editor is Professor William Frick of the University of Oklahoma.

The Values and Ethics in Educational Administration (VEEA) journal is dedicated to promoting and disseminating a broad range of scholarly inquiry relating to the areas of values and ethics, and their relationship to theory and practice in educational administration. The editor believes that the areas of values and ethics represent a promising direction for research into the practice of educational administration, and is prepared to consider a wide range of disciplined empirical and conceptual works of interest to both scholars in the field as well as practicing administrators.

Current Issue
Volume 12, Number 2
(April 2016)
MORAL VISION IN A WORLD OF DIVERSITY
John F. CovaleskieÂ
University of Oklahoma
Archived Issues
Volume 12, Number 1
(January 2016)
UNDERSTANDING THE VALUES IN THE CHINESE HIGHER EDUCATION ACT: A POLICY ANALYSIS ON EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES
Xiaobin Li
Brock University
Volume 11, Number 4Â
(August 2015)
TELLING TALES OUT OF SCHOOL: A RELATIONAL APPROACH TO AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP
Rita A. Gardiner
The University of Western Ontario
Volume 11, Number 3
(January 2015)
GENERAL AND SPECIAL EDUCATION HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES OF FULL MEMBERSHIP FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Pamela S. Morgan
Louisiana Tech University
Volume 11, Number 2
(September 2014)
AT THE CROSSROAD: VENTURE PHILANTHROPY OR A DEMOCRATIC ETHICAL VISION FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP?
Steven Jay Gross, Temple University
Joan Poliner Shapiro, Temple University
Volume 11 Number 1
(March 2014)
ETHICAL LEADERSHIP: A TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT’S EFFORTS TOWARD CULTURAL PROFICIENCY
Miriam Ezzani
Volume 10 Number 2
(June 2012)
A SECOND LOOK AT AN ONTARIO PROVINCIAL STUDENT SUCCESS INITIATIVE: AN EMERGENT ETHIC OF CARE
Carmen Shields and Ron Wideman
Volume 10, Number 1
(March 2012)
LEADING WITH HEARTS AND MINDS: ETHICAL ORIENTATIONS OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP DOCTORAL STUDENTS
Linda R. Vogel
Volume 9, Number 1
(November 2010)
Towards the Cultivation of Full Membership in Schools
William R. Black and Leonard C. Burrello
Volume 8, Number 4
(July 2010)
The Translation of Ethics for the Teaching Profession into Vice Principal Leadership Practice
Heather M. Rintoul and Linda Goulais
Volume 8, Number 3
(May 2010)
The Place of Personal Values in Educational Leadership in Pakistan
Sharifullah Baig
Volume 8, Number 2
(January 2010)
Formalizing Thinking for Morally Responsive Administration
Paul Wagner
Volume 8, Number 1
(Fall 2009)
School Leadership for Diversity and Inclusion—Meeting the Multicultural Challenge in SwedenÂ
Katarina Norberg
Volume 7, Number 4
(Summer 2009)
Strategies, Accountability and Democratic Values: A Successful Principal in a Swedish SchoolÂ
Monika Törnsén
Volume 7, Number 3
(Spring 2009)
Aboriginal “Ways of Being”: Educational Leaders, Students and Traditional Aboriginal KnowledgeÂ
Wanda Cassidy and Davita Marsden
Volume 7, Number 2
(Winter 2009)
Promoting Moral Literacy Teaching Competency
Deborah Hollimon, Dawn Basinger, Rebecca G. Smith, and Pauline Leonard
Volume 7, Number 1Â
(Fall 2008)
In School Communication: Developing A Pedagogically Focussed School Culture
Helene Ă„rlestig
Volume 6, Number 4
(Summer 2008)
Examining the Spiritual Dimension of Educational Leadership
Omar Riaz & Anthony Normore
Volume 6, Number 3
(Spring 2008)
From Disposition To Action: Bridging Moral/ Ethical Reasoning And Social Justice Leader hip
Benjamin H. Dotger & George T. Theoharis
Volume 6, Number 2Â
(Winter 2008)
Searching For Truth, Beauty, And Goodness In Educational Research
Eric Bredo
Volume 6, Number 1
(Fall 2007)
Empirical Verifications Of Normative Ethical Postures And Valuation Processes In Educational Leadership
William C. Frick
Volume 5, Number 4
(Summer 2007)
Recentering American Education on the Student: Personalization of Learning
Valerie Storey
Volume 5, Number 3
(Spring 2007)
School Leadership for Social Justice: A Critique of Starratt’s Tripartite Model
Martin Scanlan
Volume 5, Number 2
(Winter 2007)
Using Moral And Ethical Frameworks As Instructional Tools In High School Senior English Classes
David Jagger
Volume 5, Number 1Â
(Fall 2006)
A Critique of Zero Tolerance Policies: An Issue of Justice and Caring
Carlos McCray and Floyd D. Beachum
Volume 4, Number 4Â
(Summer 2006)
Beyond Authenticity: Contemporary Leadership from a Worldview Perspective
Christopher Branson
Volume 4, Number 3
(Spring 2006)
Measuring the Instructional Leadership Values and Beliefs of School Leaders
Leslie Hazle Bussey
Volume 4, Number 2
(Winter 2006)
Ethical Decision Making in Turbulent Times: Bridging Theory with Practice to Prepare Authentic Educational Leaders
Joan Poliner Shapiro
Volume 4, Number 1
(Fall 2005)
Building Capacity in Schools: Some Ethical Considerations for Authentic Learning and Leadership
Paul Bredeson
Volume 3, Number 4
(Summer 2005)
The Ethics of Practice: Navigating the Road of Authenticity: Journey Interrupted
Pauline Leonard
Volume 3, Number 3
(Spring 2005)
Choosing our Legacy: Overcoming Value Conflicts that Frustrate Society’s Efforts to Deal with Environmental Challenges
Gord Miller
Volume 3, Number 2Â
(Winter 2005)
An Aristotelian Framework for the Development of Ethical Leadership
Jeffrey Brooks and Anthony Normore
Volume 3, Number 1
(Fall 2004)
Constructing Moral Pathways in the Transition from Teaching to Administration
Denise Armstrong
Volume 2, Number 4
(Summer 2004)
The Inefficiency of the “Cult of Efficiency”: Implications for Public Schooling and Education
Lucille L. T. Eckrich
Volume 2, Number 3
(Spring 2004)
Turbulent Policy Demands and Ethical Dilemmas: The Impact of Federal Education Policies on Special Education Programs and ServicesÂ
Susan C. Faircloth
Volume 2, Number 2
(Winter 2004)
Ethics and Values in Leadership Preparation Programs: Finding the North Star in the Dust Storm
Anthony H. Normore
Volume 2, Number 1
(Fall 2003)
Moral Leadership and the Ethic of Community
Gail Furman
Volume 1, Number 4
(August 2003)
Developing Reflective Habits of Mind
Cyril P. Coombs
Volume 1, Number 3
(May 2003)
Constitutive Values and Daily Practice in a Swedish School
Katarina Norberg
Volume 1, Number 2Â
(December 2002)
Victoria’s Secret: A Rejoinder and an AgendaÂ
Christopher Hodgkinson
Volume 1, Number 1Â
(September 2002)
Hodgkinson’s Paradoxical Paradigm
Derek J. Allison
The archived issues of Values and Ethics in Educational Administration are provided here in Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format (pdf). The files can be read using Adobe Acrobat Reader. You may download a free copy of Acrobat Reader here.

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CSLEE

The Consortium for the Study of Leadership and Ethics in Education