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AuthorRichardson, Jayson, W.
AuthorImig, Scott
AuthorNdoye, Abdou
Available date2015-11-03T09:08:00Z
Publication Date2013
Publication NameEducational Administration Quarterly
CitationRichardson, Jayson W.; Imig, Scott; and Ndoye, Abdou. Developing Culturally Aware School Leaders: Measuring the Impact of an International Internship Using the MGUDS. Educational Administration Quarterly. 49(1) 92-123
ISSN0013-161X
ISSN1552-3519 (online)
URIhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0013161X12455055
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/3619
AbstractDeveloping globally minded citizens has become a national push and a stated priority for many higher education institutions in the United States. This article focuses on one university’s efforts to develop globally minded school leaders who are accepting of and comfortable with diversity. The University of North Carolina Wilmington has created an international practicum for master’s and doctoral-level students in the Educational Leadership Department. This study focuses on the outcomes of this international practicum. Data from this mixed methods study are presented on participants’ shifts in attitudes about cultural diversity as measured by the Miville-Guzman Universality Diversity Scale survey and interviews. The article also provides suggestions about processes and experiences necessary to support and facilitate participants’ shifts to embrace diversity and global perspectives.
Languageen
PublisherSAGE Publications
Subjectcomparative
SubjectPreparation
SubjectLeadership
SubjectMGUDS
SubjectInternational
TitleDeveloping Culturally Aware School Leaders: Measuring the Impact of an International Internship Using the MGUDS
TypeArticle
Pagination92-123
Issue Number1
Volume Number49


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