Justice in Schools works to promote educational ethics through...

Calling attention to dilemmas of educational ethics facing educators and policy makers

 

Educational Ethics

Developing empirically-informed normative case studies to foster critical ethical reflection

 

Case Studies

Linking educators, researchers, and philosophers working on issues of educational ethics

 

Scholarly Community

Justice in Schools creates and distributes resources to help educators and policy makers develop their capacity to understandand and challenge dilemmas of educational ethics

  • Normative Case Studies

    Empirically-informed case studies center on real-world dilemmas of educational ethics confronting educators and policy makers. These cases allow for meaningful ethical reflection that encourages mutual understanding and a shared language for discussing ethical challenges. >>

  • Discussion Protocols

    Discussion protocols help structure conversations about ethical dilemmas. Additional resources tailored to particular case studies allow for a deeper dive into particular issues. >>

  • News about Educational Justice

    Connect with other educators and educational researchers working on challenges of educational ethics. Read about what's going on locally and nationally. >>

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Meira Levinson Discusses Workplace Wexual Harassment in this Month's 'School Administrator' Magazine

March 30, 2018

This month's "Ethical Educator" column asks how a superintendent should handle an allegation of sexual harrassment.

"Scenario: The superintendent is dealing with a sexual harassment allegation involving a principal and an office staff member — something the superintendent characterizes as “one person’s word against the other.” The school board’s attorney recommends allowing the alleged perpetrator to come back to work with a sternly worded letter of reprimand.... Read more about Meira Levinson Discusses Workplace Wexual Harassment in this Month's 'School Administrator' Magazine

Check out this Month's "Ethical Educator" Column

March 2, 2018

Meira Levinson discusses conflicts of interest and the ethics of basketball tryouts in this month's "Ethical Educator" column.

"Scenario: After varsity basketball tryouts, a parent complains her son didn’t make the team because he hadn’t participated in the assistant coach’s private off-season basketball club. The coaches contend they make selections based on...

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