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Leadership in Higher Education from a Transrelational Perspective

reviewed by S. Divine Sankofa & Cristóbal Rodríguez - April 11, 2019

coverTitle: Leadership in Higher Education from a Transrelational Perspective
Author(s): Christopher Branson, Maureen Maura, Camilla Erskine, Margaret Franken, & Dawn Penney
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic, London
ISBN: 1350135100, Pages: 224, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 11, 2019
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22756, Date Accessed: 9/16/2021 5:30:45 PM

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  • S. Divine Sankofa
    Howard University
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    S. DIVINE SANKOFA is a third-year doctoral student in the Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department at Howard University. With over a decade of teaching at the K-12 level, he has also been a school-based and central office leader. Currently, he assumes the role of a P-20 research practitioner investigating race and equity. Mr. Sankofa has a chapter titled "Now That They Are Enrolled in College, How Do We Keep Them?" in the book The Role of Student Services in Black and Brown Males Academic Success (in press). Additionally, he contributed to a forthcoming research publication titled "Understanding Mason’s Success in Decreasing Racial Disparities in College Students Graduation Rates.”
  • Cristóbal Rodríguez
    Howard University
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    CRISTÓBAL RODRÍGUEZ, PhD, is Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies and the Director of Graduate Studies in the School of Education at Howard University. Dr. Rodríguez's research interests are in educational policies and leadership as they influence access throughout the educational pipeline for segregated communities with considerations to equity. Dr. Rodríguez' recent works and collaborations have been published in the Journal of Latinos and Education, Harvard Journal of African American Policy, Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, and most recently in Equity & Excellence in Education and the International Journal for Qualitative Studies in Education. Dr. Rodríguez most recently co-edited a book for Information Age Publishing with co-editors Melissa A. Martinez and Fernando Valle on Latino Educational Leadership: Serving Latino Communities and Preparing Latina/o Leaders Across the P-20 Pipeline.
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