Open Access Graduate Research Paper
The progress of Black women must clearly be stated in the context of value and images which are our own not in the mirror of the dominant culture's values. As we move to fill new roles, and to create new roles, we must bring with us our own values. The progress of Black women, as Black women, is the measure of how well or how poorly this nation has been able to accommodate the unique perspectives of those once defined as inferior because we are Black, and unstable because we are women (Washington, 1988) .
Year of Submission
Master of Arts in Education
Department of Educational Administration and Counseling
Robert H. Decker
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©1992 Christina M. Windsor
Windsor, Christina M., "A preferred vision for administering secondary schools: A reflective essay" (1992). Graduate Research Papers. 3542.