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Shifting to Fit: The Politics of Black and White Identity in School Leadership


reviewed by Mark A. Gooden & Meghan D. Lehr — July 12, 2015

coverTitle: Shifting to Fit: The Politics of Black and White Identity in School Leadership
Author(s): Carol A. Mullen & Kim Robertson
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1623966612, Pages: 186, Year: 2014
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 12, 2015
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 18021, Date Accessed: 6/22/2018 10:46:56 AM

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  • Mark Gooden
    University of Texas
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    MARK A. GOODEN, Ph.D., is Director of the University of Texas at Austin Principalship Program (UTAPP) in the Educational Administration Department. He also serves as an associate professor in that department. His research interests include the principalship, issues in urban educational leadership and legal issues in education. His most recent research appears in Educational Administration Quarterly, Journal of School Leadership, Urban Education, Journal of Research on Leadership in Education, Education and Urban Society, The Journal of Negro Education, The Sage Handbook of African-American Education, and The Principal’s Legal Handbook.
  • Meghan Lehr
    University of Texas
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    MEGHAN D. LEHR is a student in The University of Texas at Austin’s Educational Policy and Planning PhD Program and is founding and former Coordinating Editor of the Texas Education Review. She has been a part of several research teams which have focused on data use in schools, and on principals and their preparation, particularly as both relate to issues of social justice. Meghan’s own dissertation will examine how the leadership preparation shapes the leadership pipeline and perhaps principal turnover in schools.
 
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