Inclusive Leadership and Gender
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"The last quarter of the 20th century saw serious efforts to address gender and race inequities in education. And yet, we cannot seem to address the historical gender imbalance. In spite of legal measures, gender inequities for women are increasingly complicated by the intersection of other factors such as race, poverty, ability, sexuality, religion, and social segregation."
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Grogan, M. & Dias, S. (2015). Inclusive leadership and gender. In G. Theoharis, & M. Scanlan (Eds.) Leadership for increasingly diverse schools (pp. 123-145). New York: Routledge