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Journal of Character Education

Volume 17 #2

Edited by:
Marvin W Berkowitz, University of Missouri - St. Louis
Jonathan M. Tirrell, Tufts University

A volume in the series: Journal of Character Education. Editor(s): Jacques S. Benninga, California State University, Fresno. Marvin W Berkowitz, University of Missouri - St. Louis.

Published 2021

The Journal of Character Education is the only professional journal in education devoted to character education. It is designed to cover the field—from the latest research to applied best practices. We include original research reports, editorials and conceptual articles by the best minds in our field, reviews of the latest books, and other relevant strategies and manuscripts by educators that describe best practices in teaching and learning related to character education. The Journal of Character Education has for over a decade been the sole scholarly journal focused on research, theory, measurement, and practice of character education. This issue includes a "Voices" section highlighting the 2017 Character.org "Sandy Award" recipient, along with four peer-reviewed articles, and a book review.

CONTENTS
Editors’ Preface, Marvin W Berkowitz, Jonathan M. Tirrell, and Jacques S. Benninga. SPECIAL ISSUE GUEST EDITORS’ INTRODUCTION. Special Issue on Virtuous Leadership, Part 2, Melinda C. Bier and Stephen A. Sherblom. EMPIRICAL ARTICLES: Fostering Character Development Through Adaptive Leadership, Anna Noble. Systems Not Sectors: Explaining Variation in Catholic and Charter School Leaders’ Approaches to Character Education, Patricia Maloney and Carol Ann MacGregor. PRACTITIONERS’ VOICES. Servant Leadership and the Moral Stewardship of Schools, Melinda C. Bier. Decolonizing Ourselves: A Northern Compass for Educational Leadership, Cynthia J. Alexander and D. Beverly McKee. A New Generation of Educational Leaders: Are They Mind Full or Mindful? Maryann Krikorian. Ecologically Minded Teachers and Character Education, Benjamin Ingman and Christy McConnell. Intellectual Humility and “Subclinical Narcissism” in the Academe, John Banja. Between Virtuous and Effective Leadership, Mark Piper. Epistemological Virtue in Educational Leadership, Aaron Zimmerman.

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