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Title Educational leadership of immigrants : case studies on leading schools in times of change / edited by Emily R. Crawford and Lisa M. Dorner
Published New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
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Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Definition of Terms; Section I SCHOOL LEADERSHIP; Chapter 1 Equity and Access for English Learners: Developing Inclusive Advanced Placement Programs; Context; Case Narrative; Teaching Notes; Discussion Questions; Teaching Activities; 1. Book Study; 2. Gaps Analysis and Strategic Plan; Note; References; Chapter 2 Listening to African Muslim Girls: Schooling at the Intersection of Race, Religion, and Gender; Context; Case Narrative; Teaching Notes
Chapter 6 Standardized Testing and Mariachi: Dilemmas of a Culturally Sustaining Dual-Language PrincipalContext; Case Narrative; The Fiscal Responsibility of Social Justice; "You're Not Musicians, You're Magicians"; "Worth 6.25%"; Teaching Notes; Context of Standardized Testing and Bilingual Education; Culturally Sustaining School Leadership (CSSL); Discussion Questions; Teaching Activities; References; Chapter 7 When ICE Came to Town: Separating Families and Disrupting Educational Trajectories; Introduction; Context; Jordan River Neighborhood Schools; Case Narrative; School Leadership
Multifaceted Challenges for Refugee StudentsParent Engagement of Refugee Families; Preparing and Training Educators to Listen to Students; Discussion Questions; Teaching ACTIVITY; References; Chapter 3 "Anil, please tell your dad your report card is really good!": Language Brokering at Parent-Teacher Conferences; Context; Case Narrative; Teaching Notes; Perspectives on Language Brokering; Working with Language Brokers; Student-Led Conferences; Teaching Activities; References; Chapter 4 Teacher Tensions: Addressing the Impact of Anti-immigrant Discourse on Students; Context; Case Narrative
Student ExperiencesTeaching Notes; Plyler v. Doe and the Equal Protection Clause; Equal Protection Means Equal Protection; Teaching Activities; Notes; References; Chapter 8 Creating a Welcoming Environment of Mental Health Equity for Undocumented Students; Case Narrative; Teaching Notes; Training Mental Health Providers on Best Practices with Undocumented Youth; Practical Steps to Support Students' Mental Health; Teaching Activities; Notes; References; Chapter 9 UndocuCollege Access: Addressing Documentation Issues in the College Choice Process; Context; Case Narrative
Teaching NotesTeaching Activities; 1. Deciding between Protection and Exposure; 2. Values and Ideas; 3. Race and Immigration Discourse; References; Chapter 5 Translanguaging: Challenges and Opportunities for School Leaders; Context; Case Narrative; Teaching Notes; Dynamic Bilingualism and Translanguaging; Collaborative Descriptive Inquiry as a Tool to Engage Entire School Community; Teaching Activities; Steps for Collaborative Descriptive Inquiry; Focusing Questions for Initial Sessions; Focusing Questions for Subsequent Sessions; References
Summary This book prepares current and future educational leaders to adapt to the changing terrain of U.S. demographics, education, and immigration policy. Educational Leadership of Immigrants highlights the educational practices and discourses around immigration that intersect with policies and laws, in order to support K-12 students' educational access and families' participation in schooling. Drawing primarily on research from the fields of educational leadership and educational policy, this book employs a case study approach to address immigration in public schools and communities; school leaders' responses to ethical dilemmas; the impact of immigration policy on undocumented students; and the varying cultural, sociopolitical, legal and economic contexts affecting students' educational circumstances. Special features include: case narratives drawn from real-life experiences to support the educational needs of immigrant students; teaching activities and reflective discussion questions pertaining to each case study to crystallize leaders' knowledge and facilitate their comfort levels in practice; discussions ofcurrent challenges in education facing immigrant students, their families, educators, and school leaders, especially with changing immigration law
Notes Responding to Changes in the Political Climate
Emily R. Crawford is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis at the University of Missouri-Columbia, USA. Lisa M. Dorner is Associate Professor of Educational Policy and a Faculty Fellow of the Cambio Center at the University of Missouri-Columbia, USA
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Subject Community and school -- United States -- Case studies
Education and state -- United States -- Case studies
Educational leadership -- United States -- Case studies
Emigration and immigration law -- United States -- Case studies
Immigrants -- Education -- United States -- Case studies
Community and school.
EDUCATION / Bilingual Education
EDUCATION / Educational Policy & Reform / General
Education and state.
Educational leadership.
Emigration and immigration law.
Immigrants -- Education.
United States.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Crawford, Emily R., editor
Dorner, Lisa M., editor
ISBN 0429197276