: Standard 4 of the Educational Leadership Constituency Council (ELCC) Standards addresses school diversity issues and specifies requirements that all educational leadership programs need to meet. In response, all educational leadership programs in Georgia referenced ELCC Standards and have worked to foster diversity as a priority in their programs. The faculty has been given guidelines to respond to diversity issues by implementing a variety of constructive strategies. For all that the faculty has done to foster diversity in the educational leadership programs, do program candidates get the message? Most of the literature on leadership diversity is focused on the significance and strategies of fostering diversity into the educational leadership programs. Research is lacking on assessing the outcomes of the faculty's effort toward diversity implementation. Therefore this study examines program candidates' perceptions of their diversity preparation in educational leadership programs. Results of the survey will reflect the effectiveness of the diversity effort as perceived by program candidates.
Journal of Scholarship and Practice
Chan, T. C. (2006). Are educational leadership candidates prepared to address diversity issues in schools? AASA Journal of Scholarship & Practice, 3(3), 4-15.