Published on May 21 2013
Dr. Denise E. Armstrong is an associate professor in Administration and Leadership. She has worked in K-20 institutions in Canada and the Caribbean as a teacher, head of Student Services, teacher education coordinator and instructor, and school principal. Her research and writing focus on personal, professional and organizational change and transitions, educational leadership, ethics, equity, student engagement, and culturally responsive pedagogy. She is co-editor of two book series:
1) Issues in the Research Theory, Policy and Practice of Urban Education Book Series, Information Age Publishing: http://www.infoagepub.com/category/urban-education
2) Educational Leadership for Social Justice Leadership Series, Information Age Publishing: http://www.infoagepub.com/index.php?id=11
She is also the author of Administrative Passages: Navigating the Transition from Teacher to Assistant Principal (2009, Springer Publishing) and co-author of Inclusion in Urban Educational Environments: Addressing Issues of Diversity, Equity and Social Justice (2006, Information Age).