Tenure-Track Faculty - Anti-Racist Leadership in Education Relevant Educational Qualifications Job1 week ago - Other categories - Sacramento - 49 views
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The Ed.D. is an innovative joint program between the College of Education and the Department of Public Policy and Administration in the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies. Our curriculum and instruction purposely joins together knowledge, skills, theory, and practice. Four key curricular themes provide the focus for all coursework: (1) Transformational Leadership, (2) Critical Policy Analysis and Action, (3) Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies, and (4) Educational Equity and Informed Decision-Making. This innovative weekend and evening program allow doctoral students to complete their degree in nine semesters over three years. See more program details at (please use the apply button below).
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At this profound moment of societal change, the need for Anti-Racist Leadership is critical to our understandings about equity and opportunity in K-12 and higher education. Given the need for Anti-Racist policies and practices, the Doctorate in Educational Leadership seeks a new faculty colleague at the Assistant or Associate level. We seek applicants who conduct policy-relevant research that addresses questions related to racial justice in education. We welcome applicants who draw on various methodological approaches and theoretical perspectives to engage in research that: (1) explores the transformational capacities of education for the least-advantaged populations; (2) investigates the ways in which educational policies, programs, or power structures may disrupt, reify, or exacerbate inequities for learners across the life cycle; and/or (3) evaluates the efficacy, feasibility, and resource uses and allocations associated with policy solutions that influence educational quality and disrupt persistent inequalities in educational opportunities, experiences, and outcomes. We invite scholars who investigate the intersections between policy and systemic power relationships drawing on knowledge traditions such as, but not limited to, critical race theory, critical policy studies, decoloniality/Indigenous studies, restorative justice, economic injustice, political science, abolition, and ethnic studies. We seek a colleague committed to community-engaged scholarship in their teaching and advising practices and who centers educational praxis in their service at the University, community, and national levels.
The candidate would join Sacramento State University at a time of great excitement and action, particularly related to our campus-wide commitments to equity and justice. The hire will have an academic home in the Doctorate in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) program and have the following duties:
- Teach graduate-level classes in Educational Leadership, Community & Communications, Legal Issues for Educational Leaders, Research Methods, and/or Diversity and Equity in Complex Organizations;
- Participate in scholarship relevant to educational leadership/policy and assigned responsibilities;
- Chair dissertations and serve on graduate student dissertation committees;
- Develop community-university-school partnerships with local leaders and policy makers;
- Present research and scholarship at the local, state, national, and international levels.
- Doctorate in Public Administration, Public Policy; Education Administration; Education Policy, Educational Leadership; Sociology, Economics, Political Science, Ethnic Studies; or relevant disciplinary emphasis related to educational praxis.
o ABD candidates will be considered. If ABD , candidates will be required to complete the doctoral degree by June, 2021
- A proven record of, or potential for, publication and scholarly work in the relevant field such as anti-racist educational leadership, policy, equity, and social justice.
- Ability to teach and work with diverse students, along with work in multicultural settings.
- Ability to develop effective partnerships with community stakeholders and colleagues across various disciplines.
- Prior teaching and leadership/policy experience in some aspect of the PK-20 educational setting.
- Historical and socio-political understanding of racism, ideologies of white supremacy, decolonization, and abolition within education.
- Robust record of qualitative, quantitative, and/or mixed research methods and policy analysis.
- Demonstrated ability to successfully advise graduate students, supervise dissertations, and contribute to overall program development.
- Evidence of strong interpersonal and organizational skills.
Posting Number F0175P
Anticipated Start Date Fall 2021
Initial Application Review 02/16/2021
Open Until Filled Yes
Special Instructions to Applicants
2. Cover letter addressing essential qualifications, scholarship agenda, and teaching philosophy
3. Unofficial transcripts
4. A recent writing sample (published or unpublished)
5. Diversity Statement: A brief 2-page statement describing how your work would contribute to Sacramento State's strategic commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- Teaching Evaluations (will be requested from finalists only)
Candidate will be required to provide official transcripts of their highest degree earned and must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the U.S.. California State University, Sacramento is a sponsoring agency ( ie. H-1-B Visa).
Campus Diversity Statement
Sacramento is one of the most diverse and integrated major cities in the country, and Sacramento State is committed to providing a quality education for all of our region's students. Our campus community represents the broad diversity of our state, and we believe that all are enriched and unified by this diversity. Sacramento State is especially interested in candidates who can contribute, through their teaching, research, and service, to the diversity and excellence of the academic community.
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