In the field of educational leadership, little is known about Southeast Asian American women, their perspectives and experiences as school leaders. Studies that explore the roles of Southeast Asian American women school administrators in leading for social justice are virtually non-existent. The current study was guided by the paradigm of transnational feminism. This qualitative multi-case study draws on retrospective accounts of two Vietnamese American women school administrators in a Southern state and a Midwestern state to understand the ways in which they navigate intersectional stereotypes in their leadership context to advocate for and create conditions for educational equity for their socioculturally and linguistically diverse students and families.
Liang, Jia Grace
"Vietnamese American Women Public School Administrators Leading for Social Justice and Equity,"
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement: Vol. 15
, Article 6.
Available at: https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/jsaaea/vol15/iss2/6