Leading with Justice: Afterword and Next Steps

  • Editorial Board



 The term justice has become a catchphrase in education, used often and yet still evasive. In an attempt to define justice in research, policy, and practice, the California State University, Sacramento Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership invited preeminent scholars into the conversation through a public webinar series. Hundreds of people tuned in to listen and learn—some sessions having over 350 active participants. The attendees represented a unique cross-section of stakeholders: about 1/3 from universities, 1/3 from school districts, and 1/3 from community groups. Each webinar began and closed with music (e.g., Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now) that curated and uplifted the virtual space. Local spoken word artists were also invited