Introduction * Why Ethical Educational Leadership? Christopher M. Branson and Steven Jay Gross PART 1 : Issues and Perspectives * The Essence of Professionalism Sigurdur Kristinsson * Ethical Leadership: A Critical Transformative Approach Carolyn Shields * The Purpose of Education Robert J. Starratt * Socio-Political Awareness Steven Jay Gross * Leadership, Sustainability and Ethics Mike Bottery * Seeking Social Justice Rachel McNae * Leading with Empathy Qian Haiyan and Allan Walker * A Concern for Caring Lea Kuusilehto-Awale * The Prevalence of Silence Kjersti Lien Holte PART II : Developing Ethical Educational Leadership * An Ethical Leadership Developmental Framework Nancy Tuana * The Interplay of Values Ross Notman * The Power of Personal Values Christopher M. Branson * Ethical Decision Making Joan Poliner Shapiro, Jacqueline A. Stefkovich and Kathrine J. Gutierrez * Managing Ethical Dilemmas Neil Cranston, Lisa C. Ehrich and Megan Kimber * Using Turbulence Theory to Guide Actions Steven Jay Gross * Maintaining Moral Integrity Christopher M. Branson * An Insight into the Nature of Ethical Motivation Michael Bezzina and Nancy Tuana * De-Constructing Ethical Motivation Christopher M. Branson PART III : Examples from the Field * Holistic and Moral Development of Educational Leaders Pauline E. Leonard, Tammy Schilling and Anthony H. Normore * A Measure of Ethics Lyse Langlois and Claire Lapointe * Ethical Responses to Educational Policies Stephen Jay Gross and Joan Poliner Shapiro * The Ethical Perspectives of Turkish School Leaders Mualla Aksu and Gamze Kasalak * Preparation of Integrity William C. Frick and John F. Covaleskie * Striving for Moral Purpose Charles Burford and Michael Bezzina * The Ethical Demands of Multiculturalism Katarina Norberg and Olof Johansson Conclusion * If It Isn't Ethical, It Isn't Leadership Christopher M. Branson Contributing Authors
Christopher M. Branson is Professor of Educational Leadership at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. He is Executive Director of the UCEA Center for the Study of Leadership and Ethics. Steven Jay Gross is Professor of Educational Administration at Temple University. He is also Founding Director of the New DEEL (Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership) Community Network.