Many years ago, Dr. Martin Luther King reminded us that skin tone should never be a factor to judge an individual, but rather the content of the individual’s character is the issue to be considered. Just a few years ago the sociologists Lawrence Harrington and Samuel Huntington (2000) completed a study which addresses Max Weber’s premise that culture does matter when looking at the differing levels of societal effectiveness. As we read Dr. Arthur Levine’s Educating School Leaders, we question if Dr. Levine has operated from the understanding that the differences in schools of education are numerous and that each must be evaluated based on the content and outputs of their programs.
Hand, David and Otto, Patrick
"Guest Editorial: One Size Does Not Fit All, One Critique Does Not Fit All Schools of Education,"
International Christian Community of Teacher Educators Journal: Vol. 3
, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/icctej/vol3/iss2/2