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The role of educational leadership for social justice is crucial especially in time of injustice, alienation, xenophobia, racism, oppression of diversified voices.
"Educational change can be deliberated through understanding the nature of learner, human nature and knowledge and what mediate between them-schools, pedagogy and didactics, while contextualized and culturally embedded."
Theories of educational change must be judged not on their ideologies or philosophies underpinnings, but by their relevance and impact on students.
Social Justice education can only achieved through our understanding that our humanity is dependent upon recognizing the humanity in others.
Researchers lens and positionality are important in bringing new and unique epistemologies
Only full and equitable participation of women and men can lead to the realization of social potential, harmony and the development of collective capital
To be high achieving, educators need the right kind of purpose that inspires them, a strengthened professionalism that propels them forward, and a cultural relevance and structural coherence that holds them together.
One of the core mission of educational leadership is to promote social justice and connect theory and practice in educational systems.
We need a paradigm shift in examining the place where teaching/ learning takes place, the methodology, the role of the teachers, the curriculum and the school structure.