Faculty Directory

Lauri Johnson

Associate Professor; Department Chair, Education Leadership and Higher Education

Department

ELHE Educational Leadership & Higher Education

Publications (since 2011)

Edited Book

  • Winton, S. & Johnson, L. (Eds.) (2017). Engaging families, educators, and communities as educational advocates. New York: Routledge.

Journal Special Issues

  • Johnson, L. & Crow, G. (Eds.) (2017). Professional identities of school leaders across international contexts. [Special Issue]. Educational Management, Administration, & Leadership, 45(5). Podcast available at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/suppl/10.1177/2050449717712316
  • Johnson, L., & Winton, S. (Eds.) (2016). Families, educators, and communities as educational advocates: Cross-national perspectives.  [Special Issue]. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1).
  • Jacobson, S., & Johnson, L. (Eds.) (2013). Educational leadership development in international contexts. [Special Issue]. Journal of Educational Administration51(1).


Referred Articles

  • Johnson, L. & Pak, Y. (accepted). Leadership for democracy in challenging times: Historical case studies in the US and Canada. Educational Administration Quarterly.
  • Johnson, L. (2017).  “Educating for democratic living”: The City-wide Citizens’ Committee on Harlem (CWCCH), 1941-1947. Historia Social y de la Educacion/Social and Education History6(3), 261 – 289. Available at: http://hipatiapress.com/hpjournals/index.php/hse/article/view/2871/pdf
  • Johnson, L. (2017). The lives and identities of UK Black and South Asian head teachers: Metaphors of leadership. Educational Management, Administration, & Leadership, 45(5), 842-862.
  • Johnson, L. (2016). Boundary spanners and advocacy leaders: Black educators and race equality work in Toronto and London, 1968 - 1995. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1), 91 - 115.
  • Wilson, C., & Johnson, L. (2015). Black educational activism for community empowerment: International leadership perspectives.  International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1), 102 – 120. Available at: http://ijme-journal.org/index.php/ijme/article/viewFile/963/1035
  • Johnson, L. (2014). Culturally responsive leadership for community empowerment. Multicultural Education Review, 6(2), 145 – 170.
  • Fuller, C., & Johnson, L. (2014).  Tensions between Catholic identity and academic achievement at an urban Catholic high school.  The Journal of Catholic Education, 17(2), 95 - 104. Available at digitalcommons.lmu.edu
  • Johnson, L. (2013). Segregation or "thinking Black"?  Community activism and the development of Black-focused schools in Toronto and London, 1968 - 2008.  Teachers College Record115(11). Featured video available on The Voice @ https://vialogues.com/vialogues/play/12712/
  • Johnson, L., & Campbell-Stephens, R.  (2013). Developing the next generation of Black and Global Majority leaders for London schools. Journal  of Educational Administration, 51(1), 24-39.
  • Johnson, L., & Sillman, K.  (2012).  When the leader leaves:  Sustaining success at Romero High School.  Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership15(3), 47 - 55.


Referred Book Chapters

  • Johnson, L. (2017). Boundary spanners and advocacy leaders: Black educators and race equality work in Toronto and London, 1968 - 1995. In S. Winton & L. Johnson (Eds.), Engaging families, educators, and communities as educational advocates. New York: Routledge. (Reprinted from Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1), 91 – 115.)
  • Johnson, L. (2017). Interpreting historical responses to racism by UK Black and South Asian headteachers through the lens of generational consciousness. In S. Courtney, R. McGinity, & H. Gunter (Eds.), Educational leadership: Theorising professional practice in neoliberal times (pp. 124 – 137). London: Routledge.
  • Johnson, L. (2016). Culturally responsive leadership for community empowerment. In Y. K. Cha, J. Gundara, S. H. Ham, & M. Lee (Eds.), Multicultural education in glocal perspectives: Policy and institutionalization (pp. 183-199). Dortrecht: Springer.
  • Scanlan, M., & Johnson, L. (2015).  Inclusive leadership on the social frontiers: Family and community engagement. In G. Theoharis & M. Scanlan (Eds.), Leadership for increasingly diverse schools (pp. 162 – 185). New York:  Routledge.
  • Johnson, L. & Fuller, C. (2014). "Culturally Responsive Leadership."  Oxford Bibliographies. New York: Oxford University Press. Available at: oxfordbibliographies.com
  • Johnson, L., & Campbell-Stephens, R.  (2013).  Beyond the colorblind perspective: Centering issues of race and culture in leadership preparation programs in Britain and the United States. In I. Bogotch & C. Shields (Eds.), International handbook of educational leadership and social [in]justice (pp. 1169-1185). Dordrecht:  Springer.
  • Jacobson, S., & Johnson, L.  (2011).  Successful leadership for improved student learning in high needs schools:  U.S. perspectives from the International Successful School Principalship Project (ISSPP). In T. Townsend & J. MacBeath (Eds.), International handbook of leadership for learning (pp. 553 - 569).  Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Moos, L., Skedsmo, G., Hoog, J., Olofsson, A., & Johnson, L.  (2011).  The hurricane of accountabilities?  Comparison of accountability comprehensions and practices.  In L. Moos, O. Johannson, and C. Day (Eds.), How school principals sustain success over time:  International perspectives (pp. 199 - 222).  Dordrecht:  Springer.
  • Jacobson, S., Johnson, L., & Ylimaki, R. (2011).  Sustaining school success:  A case for governance change.  In L. Moos, O. Johannson, and C. Day (Eds.), How school principals sustain success over time:  International perspectives (pp. 109 - 125).  Dordrecht:  Springer.
  • Johnson, L. Moller, J., Otteson, E., Pashiardis, P., Savvides, V., & Vedoy, G.  (2011).  Leadership preparation for culturally diverse schools in Cyprus, Norway, and the United States.  In R. Ylimaki & S. Jacobson (Eds.), US and cross-national policies, practices and preparation:  Implications for successful instructional leadership, organizational learning, and culturally responsive practices  (pp. 153 - 177).  Dordrecht:  Springer.
  • Johnson, L., Moller, J., Pashiardis, P., Savvides, V. & Vedoy, G.  (2011).  Culturally responsive practices.  In R. Ylimaki & S. Jacobson (Eds.), US and cross-national policies, practices and preparation:  Implications for successful instructional leadership, organizational learning, and culturally responsive practices (pp. 75 - 101).  Dordrecht:  Springer.
  • Johnson, L., Carter, J., & Finn, M.  (2011).  Parent empowerment through organizing for collective action.  In C. Hands & L. Hubbard (Eds.), Including families and communities in urban education (pp. 69 - 95).  Charlotte, NC: Information Age.