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Ethical Decision Making in School Administration
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Ethical Decision Making in School Administration
Leadership as Moral Architecture



December 2008 | 232 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Ethical Decision Making in School and District Administration provides K-12 school administrators with the knowledge to see how a moral infrastructure can be created so that procedures aimed at a shared vision for all involved are recognized as good. The book begins with theory and ends with prescriptions for practice.
 
Preface
 
1. Leaders, Ethics, and Schools: A Search for Clarity
 
2. Moral Theory
 
3. Leadership as Moral Architecture
 
4. Taking on the Big Challenge of School and District Administration
 
5. The Costs and Benefits of Inclusion
 
6. Factors to Consider When Making Judgments About Controversial Issues
 
7. The Pragmatic Value of Justice for All
 
8. The Role of Law in Moral Evaluation
 
Appendix A. Additional Case Studies in Educational Leadership
 
Appendix B. American Association of School Administrators Statement of Ethics for Educational Leaders
 
Appendix C. National Education Association Code of Ethics of the Education Profession
 
Appendix D. National School Boards Association Code of Ethics for School Board Members
 
Glossary
 
References
 
Index
 
About the Authors
 
About the Case Study Authors

While the book was accessible and well written, the contents seemed less aligned with education and more aligned with business.

Patrick Jenlink
Secondary Leadership Educ Dept, Stephen F Austin State University
May 11, 2013

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