I am an outsider in some sense and an insider in a different sense as I do not live in CanadaCanadaand I am not profoundly familiar with its culture, history, geography and economy. Yet, I share some theoretical background and academic knowledge with many of the Canadian scholars who contributed to this volume. Thus, even though educational administration as a field of study is contextualized, some of our knowledge is universal while some other is local and culturally embedded.
|Title of host publication||Principals in Succession: Transfer and Rotation in Educational Administration|
|Editors||Robert E. White, Karyn Cooper|
|Place of Publication||Dordrecht|
|Number of pages||12|
|State||Published - 2011|
|Name||Studies in Educational Leadership|