Feminist Frameworks for Educational Leadership in the United States
- Catherine MarshallCatherine MarshallUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- and Torrie EdwardsTorrie EdwardsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Feminist insights offer ways to rethink and restructure schooling to fit with realities faced by educators, students, and families. This article relies on its model of values affecting schooling policies and practices then presents the range of feminisms, It shows how feminisms would be seen as looking awry and would be assessed as inadequate and inappropriate for leaders. It then charts their implications for school leaders, who will be able to identify the values, structures, and power arrangements to be questioned and altered.