The Challenges of Moral School Leadership from the Vantage of White Male Privilege. J. Edward Frick Donegal School District Drexel University. Paper Focus.
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Simon (1997) indicates that through our actions we are sharing stories with others that engage possibilities for all (we need to see people as they are, but also as they might become – the capacity for imagination).
Theologically, the parable of the Good Samaritan entreats us to engage our “neighbors” in loving ways – to see them as stories with possibilities.
Coleridge (1907) emphasizes the importance of imagination, the link between caring and insight, and exploration of relationships among the actual, the potential, and the ideal.
One’s intentions must include seeing one’s own destiny and story intertwined with the destiny and story of others. Simply put, we need to know each other.
Educational leaders must counter the impact of white privilege (and its discrimination) by focusing on promoting the ideal of equity as fairness which will serve as a foundation for realizing social justice in schooling.