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Leadership Responsibility

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As educators we believe that knowledge brings with it a responsibility to weigh its significance and act on it. Now that we as a society know the substantial agreement of scientists that we are rapidly facing an irreversible degradation of the environment, we can no longer pretend that this disaster is not approaching and indeed is imminent. The challenge needs the full attention of all institutions of society including schools and universities. As educators it would be ethically irresponsible not to attempt to enlighten our students about the many complex issues surrounding and embedded in environmental sustainability, and to call their attention to our common responsibilities to do what we can to protect and sustain our natural environment.

In our response we acknowledge the corresponding need to emphasize respect for human rights and human dignity- A very individual of what ever age and social circumstance. Children for example are entitled to a future, and to the opportunity to participate in their society’s response to threats to environmental sustainability.

We believe, moreover, that participation in the community’s response to the environmental challenge can energize a deep sense of belonging and membership in the community that override the antagonism of difference and exclusion.

AS schools respond to environmental challenges we must keep in mind the necessary question: Do we save the works through our collective efforts, what have we saved it for? We need to continue to dream of that human future,

1. This ethical challenge will involve educational leaders in extended conversation with the school staff about specific ways schools respond in educational appropriate ways

2. in conversations with the local community about it plans

3. in conversations with state ministers of education concerning how the school’s response will be integrated within the academic and co-curricular programs

4. 4 in conversation about how specific curricular areas will be carriers of specific responses to environmental sustainability.
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Ärlestig, Helene., Bishop, Pamela. and Starratt, Robert. "Leadership Responsibility" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the UCEA Annual Convention, Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, California, <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p396623_index.html>

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Ärlestig, H. , Bishop, P. and Starratt, R. J. "Leadership Responsibility" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the UCEA Annual Convention, Anaheim Marriott, Anaheim, California <Not Available>. 2014-11-28 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p396623_index.html

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Abstract: As educators we believe that knowledge brings with it a responsibility to weigh its significance and act on it. Now that we as a society know the substantial agreement of scientists that we are rapidly facing an irreversible degradation of the environment, we can no longer pretend that this disaster is not approaching and indeed is imminent. The challenge needs the full attention of all institutions of society including schools and universities. As educators it would be ethically irresponsible not to attempt to enlighten our students about the many complex issues surrounding and embedded in environmental sustainability, and to call their attention to our common responsibilities to do what we can to protect and sustain our natural environment.

In our response we acknowledge the corresponding need to emphasize respect for human rights and human dignity- A very individual of what ever age and social circumstance. Children for example are entitled to a future, and to the opportunity to participate in their society’s response to threats to environmental sustainability.

We believe, moreover, that participation in the community’s response to the environmental challenge can energize a deep sense of belonging and membership in the community that override the antagonism of difference and exclusion.

AS schools respond to environmental challenges we must keep in mind the necessary question: Do we save the works through our collective efforts, what have we saved it for? We need to continue to dream of that human future,

1. This ethical challenge will involve educational leaders in extended conversation with the school staff about specific ways schools respond in educational appropriate ways

2. in conversations with the local community about it plans

3. in conversations with state ministers of education concerning how the school’s response will be integrated within the academic and co-curricular programs

4. 4 in conversation about how specific curricular areas will be carriers of specific responses to environmental sustainability.


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