Focusing on ethical decision making, this compelling book shows how to develop a deeper personal understanding of cultural differences and strengthen equitable practices in schools and districts.

Oakland Hills

Oakland Hills

It has been four years since Barbara Campbell left the position of superintendent of Maple View School District. Her work as a consultant to districts throughout the country is personally rewarding. The joy of helping others nourishes her in ways she had not imagined possible during her climb up leadership ranks in the school system. Today, she carefully reviews files sent to her by Eduardo Soriano, superintendent from a nearby school district. The phone rings. It is Dr. Soriano.

Barbara:Eduardo, I received several files from your office. I am struck by the power of the mission statement.
Eduardo:Yes, it is a powerful mission. We developed it based on the Guiding Principles of Cultural Proficiency. It took a collaborative effort to develop it. It was ...
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