Jim Ryan is a professor in the Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. He has been a teacher and administrator in schools in Northern Canada. His interests are reflected in recent publications and current research activities. They include, among others: the administration of schools with diverse school poplations; leadership; inclusion, social justice and equity; micropolitics and leadership; philosophy and theory in educational administration; research methods; social, critical and postmodern theory; and various organizational approaches to schooling. His books include Race and Ethnicity in Multiethnic Schools, Leading Diverse Schools, Inclusive Leadership, and Struggling for Inclusion: Educational Leadership in a Neo-Liberal World. Jim's latest book is an edited volume with Denise Armstrong entitled Working With/out the System: Leadership, Micropolitics and Social Justice.
~ Case Studies for Inclusive Educators and Leaders