The topic of the second issue of Education Alliance Quarterly is leadership in the learning society. Read interviews with leading experts about classroom leadership, young people's well-being, moral leadership, university management, and more.
According to Dean Lars Qvortrup, the leader can only identify the learning needs of the organisation and exceed the organisation's knowledge horizon by standing outside the organisation.
OECD's Director for Education Barbara Ischinger on developing a new generation of school leaders - more inspired by Microsoft and Google than by the bureaucratic models of the 20th century.
Why is school leadership such a big issue? Is school leadership in a bad state? OECD's Director for Education Barbara Ischinger answers questions on school leadership.
University management has become an important alternative to the simplistic solutions found in airport literature. Sir David Watson is interviewed on university management's new and prominent status.
Singapore's Leaders in Education Programme challenges conventional understandings in the search for an adequate response to ever-increasing complexity. Associate Professor David Ngo explains how to develop tomorrow's leaders in education.
The educational system plays a huge role in developing the moral leaders of tomorrow. Quarterly takes a closer look at diversity in South Africa's schools, at the young generation in China, and at the making of moral leaders with both a global and local mindset.
Dr Joan Dassin and Dr Fulvia Rosemberg explain how the Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program has an impact on social justice and contributes to 'brain gain'.
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