11 Amazing Books for Radical Leaders

There are so many books about education and leadership. Culturally Responsive Leadership requires us to be constant learners. Where do you start to get a foundation and learn shortcuts to success?

I myself have a bookshelf filled with tons of “must read” texts. My nightstand and the backseat of my car are filled with more.  Summer break, a long weekend, and vacations are great times for a little light or in this case heavy reading. It’s my favorite way to push my thinking and feel like a professional.

But what do Culturally Responsive Leaders read and where do you start?

11 Amazing Books 

  1. Pedagogy of the Oppressed by Paulo Freire
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  2. Courageous Conversations by Glenn Singleton
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  3. The Art of Critical Pedagogy by Jeff Duncan Andrade
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  4. Switch and Made to Stick by the Heath Brothers
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  5. Start with the Why by Simon Sinek
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  6. Little Bets by Peter Sims
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  7. Shaping School Culture by Terrace Deal
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  8. Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain by Zaretta Hammond
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  9. Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching by Sharroky Hollie
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  10. For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood by Chris Emdin
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  11. The Listening Leader by Shane Safir
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Here was my Summer List for Culturally Responsive Leaders

 


What’s on your bookshelf or nightstand?

 

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