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Leadership, General

Striving for Equity

District Leadership for Narrowing Opportunity and Achievement Gaps
Robert G. Smith and S. David Brazer

Based on in-depth interviews, Striving for Equity brings to light the complex and illuminating stories of thirteen longtime superintendents—all leaders of the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN)—who were able to make progress toward narrowing opportunity and achievement gaps in traditional school districts with diverse populations and multiple, competing agendas. Drawing on current research in organizational learning, the authors introduce a framework consistent with the systemic perspective of these superintendents to help school leaders who want to prioritize the narrowing of gaps.

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Students First

Equity, Access, and Opportunity in Higher Education
Paul LeBlanc, Foreword by Bridget Terry Long

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2022 Phillip E. Frandson Award for Literature, University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA)

Paul LeBlanc has reimagined higher education, with a focus on the most fundamental of functions: student learning. In Students First, he advocates for an entire higher education ecosystem in which students have the flexibility to gain, assess, and certify their knowledge on their own terms and timelines.

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The Courage to Collaborate

The Case for Labor-Management Partnerships in Education
Ken Futernick

In The Courage to Collaborate, school turnaround expert Ken Futernick makes the case that collaboration between school management and teacher unions is a necessary condition for educational improvement. The author cites evidence showing that collaboration often leads to increased trust, stronger professional relationships, better policies, better implementation of programs and, ultimately, to better outcomes for students.

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The Instructional Leadership Cycle

Daniel Allen, Foreword by Lee Teitel

The Instructional Leadership Cycle introduces a multifaceted model for continuous school and system improvement, founded on an adaptable set of professional practices for K–12 leaders.


Available November 2022

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