Leadership and Policy in Urban Education: Key Issues
The Urban Education Sourcebook Leadership and Policy text includes topics related to ongoing 21st century issues and controversies within the field of education. This edited text includes chapters which focus on issues in K-12 for students, families, and communities. Some of the topics include trauma pedagogy, principal support, school boards, and issues related to segregation policies. Additionally, this text includes a wide range of activities, key vocabulary, and suggested readings for the students who take this course.
Dr. Tiffany A. Flowers is an Associate Professor of Education at Georgia State University Perimeter College. Tiffany received a B.S. in Psychology and a M.A.T. from Virginia Commonwealth University. Additionally, she earned an M.A. in Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education and a Ph.D. in Language, Literacy, and Culture from the University of Iowa. Dr. Flowers is a member of the Diversity Scholars Network at the University of Michigan, a West Chester University Frederick Douglas Teaching Fellow, and an Indiana University Minority Faculty Fellow. She is the co-author of Investigating Critical and Contemporary Issues in Education, Culture, Language, and Humanizing Practices in 21st Century Classrooms, and Beyond the Basics: Children’s Literature for the Elementary Teacher.
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