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What does (or should) ethical educational leadership look like within a culturally, technologically and economically diverse society?

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The question suggests for us a right way and for this reason we think it is difficult to answer the question because of the complexity of the situations encountered in schools. For us it is a question of disposition /orientation rather than an answer. We believe the answer lies in the direction of deliberation and ethical competency.

We and other scholars have previously recognized the importance of deliberation with others to developing an understanding of leadership complexity. Deliberation involves sensitivity, awareness, reflection, critique, and professional judgment. While schools and the professionals in them cannot always solve in their entirety the social problems encountered in schools, they do have important contributions to make in response to these problems. It is difficult to have a generalized position on something this complex, but we see that ethical questions and issues are arising and that we cannot ignore them.

The first steps are to implement an ethic of deliberation, to exercise good professional judgement, maintain autonomy, and develop ethical awareness. Developing thical awareness involves:

- an awareness of multiple cultural identities

- an appreciation for different values

- a consciousness of ethics at work

- a commitment to inclusion in terms of language, religion, etc.

- access to resources
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Bredeson, Paul., Langlois, Lyse. and Trnavčevič, Anita. "What does (or should) ethical educational leadership look like within a culturally, technologically and economically diverse society?" 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/p396624_index.html>

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Bredeson, P. V., Langlois, L. and Trnavčevič, A. "What does (or should) ethical educational leadership look like within a culturally, technologically and economically diverse society?" 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/p396624_index.html

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Abstract: The question suggests for us a right way and for this reason we think it is difficult to answer the question because of the complexity of the situations encountered in schools. For us it is a question of disposition /orientation rather than an answer. We believe the answer lies in the direction of deliberation and ethical competency.

We and other scholars have previously recognized the importance of deliberation with others to developing an understanding of leadership complexity. Deliberation involves sensitivity, awareness, reflection, critique, and professional judgment. While schools and the professionals in them cannot always solve in their entirety the social problems encountered in schools, they do have important contributions to make in response to these problems. It is difficult to have a generalized position on something this complex, but we see that ethical questions and issues are arising and that we cannot ignore them.

The first steps are to implement an ethic of deliberation, to exercise good professional judgement, maintain autonomy, and develop ethical awareness. Developing thical awareness involves:

- an awareness of multiple cultural identities

- an appreciation for different values

- a consciousness of ethics at work

- a commitment to inclusion in terms of language, religion, etc.

- access to resources


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