ethics

Applying the Ethical Intent Matrix to For-Profit Institutions

After considerable research on the differences between fraudulent, substandard and good-standing educational institutions, the author created the Ethical Intent Matrix (EIM). The EIM is based upon three theories: ethical intent, public interest, and public choice. The author also created categories of actions that feed into the EIM to allow regulators and accreditors recognizable and supported means of categorizing educational institutions.

Applying the Ethical Intent Matrix to For-Profit Institutions

After research into fraudulent and substandard educational institutions, the author created the Ethical Intent Matrix based upon ethical intent, public interest, and public choice theories to create a framework for determining school's ethical intent in their offerings. Author also created corresponding actions that designate schools into one of four quadrants on the Ethical Intent Matrix.

Education Leaders’ Perceptions of Faculty Ethical Decision Making: Awareness, Learning, and Change

Education leaders are charged with the task of upholding an ethical working and learning environment.  Observations of the processes faculty at their school site employ in ethical decision making throughout the school day led to a deeper understanding of school culture, thus creating a systemic change. This exploratory case study based on systems thinking grounded in the stories shared by education leaders not only revealed the education leader’s perceptions, but also awareness, learning, and change.

 

Education Leaders’ Perceptions of Faculty Ethical Decision Making: Awareness, Learning, and Change

Education leaders are charged with the task of upholding an ethical working and learning environment.  Observations of the processes faculty at their school site employ in ethical decision making throughout the school day led to a deeper understanding of school culture, thus creating a systemic change. This exploratory case study based on systems thinking grounded in the stories shared by education leaders not only revealed the education leader’s perceptions, but also awareness, learning, and change.

 

Education Leaders’ Perceptions of Faculty Ethical Decision Making: Awareness, Learning, and Change

Education leaders are charged with the task of upholding an ethical working and learning environment.  Observations of the processes faculty at their school site employ in ethical decision making throughout the school day led to a deeper understanding of school culture, thus creating a systemic change. This exploratory case study based on systems thinking grounded in the stories shared by education leaders not only revealed the education leader’s perceptions, but also awareness, learning, and change.

 

Crises of Care and Critique: School Principals and Narratives of Compassion Fatigue

Prinz (2011) describes empathy as “a vicarious emotion one experiences when reflecting on the emotion of another” (p.

Bullying: A Darkness Within American Schools

"Bullying presents one of the greatest health risks to children, youth, and young adults in U.S. society today. School safety, including the prevention of bullying, is a top national priority and a key area of academic research.” - Felice Levine, executive director of the American Educational Research Association.

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