This article offers reasons why ethics should be included within leadership preparation and suggestions for infusing it in leadership education classes. The authors argue that a framework of making ethical decisions, overviews of codes of conduct, and examinations of case studies of ethical and unethical behaviors become intentional components of leadership education curricula.
Journal of College and Character
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Bowen, C., Bessette, H., & Chan, T. C. (2006). Including ethics in the study of educational leadership. Journal of College & Character, 7(7), 1-8.
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