Educational administration instructors seek methods that will engage students’ interest in the subject matter and also link educational theory to realities experienced on the job. An equally important goal and a most important lesson to impart to aspiring education administrators are the competencies exhibited in ISLLC Standard 5, “act with integrity, fairness, and in an ethical manner” (CSSO, 2008). This, however, is a more difficult standard to teach and measure than the other standards. Teaching to most standards often results in observable products that can be evaluated such as a school improvement document. Ethical behavior, on the other hand, involves judgments that must be applied to complex and unpredictable school situations outside of the class setting. AVAILABLE AT:
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