Welcome

The mission of the New DEEL is to create an action oriented partnership dedicated to inquiry into the  nature and practice of democratic ethical educational leadership through sustained processes of open dialogue, right to voice, community inclusion, and responsible participation toward the common good.  We strive to create an environment to facilitate democratic ethical decision-making in educational theory and practice which  acts in the best interests of all students.

 

Please check the New DEEL Webinar on Educational Reform!

This Webinar features graduate student presentations on the 5 New DEEL Visions for Educational Leadership – the central organizing feature of Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership: Reclaiming School Reform.  At a time when states are considering policy changes due to ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act), we believe this webinar will be of particular relevance. It’s really time to reclaim school reform!
Click here to view  the New DEEL Webinar.

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Joan Poliner Shapiro and Jacqueline A. Stefkovich, authors of Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education, are our November 2015 Authors of the Month.

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Bill Mathis has published an excellent article on standardized tests and the SAT. Click to read the full article.

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2015 Distinguished Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching:

Marla Israel, EdD

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New Arrival!

The New DEEL book,

Democratic Ethical Educational Leadership:

Reclaiming School Reform

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Highlights from this year’s

2015 New DEEL Conference

May 1 & 2, 2015

2015 New DEEL Conference at Glance 

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New DEEL-2015 Conference Program

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AT THE CROSSROAD: VENTURE PHILANTHROPY OR A DEMOCRATIC ETHICAL VISION FOR EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP? – Article by Steven Jay Gross and Joan Poliner Shapiro. To view article – VEEA Vol11 No2