Pursuing Equity and Success for Marginalized Educational Leaders

Pursuing Equity and Success for Marginalized Educational Leaders

LeAnne C. Salazar Montoya, Christopher Bonn
Release Date: February, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 303
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-1009-0
ISBN13: 9798369310090|EISBN13: 9798369310106
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Description:

In educational leadership, aspiring leaders from traditionally marginalized backgrounds face a difficult range of challenges that hinder their ability to thrive. This problem is not confined to a single facet but extends its reach across the educational landscape, impacting diversity, equity, and inclusivity within academic institutions. As the demand for authentic and practical guidance in navigating the leadership pipeline becomes increasingly urgent, institutions struggle to prepare aspiring leaders effectively and develop a more inclusive curriculum. These issues are deeply interconnected, forming a complex and multifaceted problem that demands an all-encompassing solution.

Within the pages of Pursuing Equity and Success for Marginalized Educational Leaders, the remedy for this intricate challenge unfolds. This groundbreaking book emerges as a product of collaboration between seasoned practitioners and esteemed researchers, presenting a comprehensive guide aimed at empowering aspiring leaders hailing from marginalized backgrounds. It is a valuable resource, offering practical guidance and research-backed strategies.

From understanding the crucial role of authenticity in leadership to navigating complex policy dynamics and addressing the demands of a rapidly changing job market, this book provides actionable solutions. It equips aspiring leaders with the tools they need to not only secure leadership roles but also to maintain their principles and values while excelling in their positions. Pursuing Equity and Success for Marginalized Educational Leaders is not only a resource for educators from all backgrounds but also a vital guide for higher education, helping them foster a more inclusive and equitable educational environment. By reading this book, educators and institutions can join in the transformative journey toward a more diverse and inclusive education system.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Authentic Leadership
  • Challenges in Education
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
  • Educational Leadership
  • Empowering Aspiring Leaders
  • Inclusive Educational Environment
  • Marginalized Backgrounds
  • Navigating the Leadership Pipeline
  • Policy Dynamics
  • Principles and Values
  • Rapidly Changing Job Market
  • Research-Backed Strategies
  • Transformative Education
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LeAnne Salazar Montoya, prior to joining Educational Psychology, Leadership and Higher Education in 2022, was an educator and public servant in Northern New Mexico for 20 years. She has an associate's degree in liberal arts, a bachelor of science degree in education with a minor in social studies and a master's degree in educational leadership from the University of New Mexico, and a master's degree in education/special education from New Mexico State University. She completed her doctorate at New Mexico State University in educational leadership with a minor in sociology. Dr. Salazar Montoya has significant experience as an educator serving as a district leader, administrator, teacher and author. Her professional background includes involvement in many professional organizations, including ALAS, where she graduated from the Superintendent Leadership Academy and the AASA Latina/o Aspiring Superintendent Academy. She also serves on the national education council for Gamma Beta Phi National Honor Society and she serves on a number of other local and regional non-profit boards. During her doctoral studies and beyond LeAnne has had numerous research and academic opportunities that have impacted her research interests and instruction. Stemming from her work with Dr. Kristen Kew (NMSU) her research interests include women and the superintendency and women in leadership and diversifying leadership in our K12 schools. Her work with teachers/principals and other school leaders throughout the four corners continue to drive her interests and to inform her research focus. Dr. Salazar-Montoya has published in the Journal for Research in Education and presented at numerous conferences and research events throughout the country. As an assistant professor, she prepares and supports aspiring school leaders as they study and prepare to take on school leadership positions. She leverages her past experiences and networks to help students increase their organizational effectiveness and efficiency and ensure high performance and support to schools.
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