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Kevin Andrew Richards, Scott McNamara, Alyssa M. Trad, Lauren Hill, and Sarena Abdallah

schools, there is also a need for the physical education and APE community writ large to take steps toward better connecting with building administrators ( Bittner et al., 2020 ; McNamara, Townsley, et al., 2021 ). This includes helping educational leadership preparation programs bring awareness of

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Jared Russell, Matt Beth, Danielle Wadsworth, Stephanie George, Wendy Wheeler, and Harald Barkhoff

Kinesiology administrators make a myriad of strategic decisions throughout their time in leadership. Effective leadership, particularly inclusive excellence leadership, is highlighted by the ability of an individual to utilize a diversity of constituent viewpoints, perspectives, and “voices” to guide their respective decision-making processes. This manuscript includes two students’ stories, as well as main points of discussion by American Kinesiology Association Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion workshop leaders. These perspectives provide not only foundational background information, including student identities, but also strategic actions that are necessary to develop all-inclusive and individualized programming that can successfully overcome systemic barriers. The main identified themes are (a) ease of access to accommodations, (b) a culture of inclusivity, (c) advocating, (d) establishing trusting relationships, (e) welcoming of Indigenous perspectives, and (f) flexible practices and community support.

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Scott Pierce, Jedediah Blanton, and Daniel Gould

). Consequently, there is a call to create educational initiatives that directly and explicitly target the development of leadership skills for adolescent student-athletes. This case study describes how SPPs engaged with community partners to develop and launch educational leadership programming for youth

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Zack P. Pedersen

By Jim Host (with Eric A. Moyen). Published 2020 by The University Press of Kentucky , Lexington, KY, USA. 296 pp. ISBN: 0813179556 Jim Host’s memoir—written with the assistance of Eric A. Moyen, an associate professor and department head of educational leadership at Mississippi State University

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Rick Eckstein

; Eckstein, 2017 ; Gaul, 2015 ; Hextrum, 2020 ). Hextrum, the Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Oklahoma, brings an eclectic analytical tool kit to this project. Her background in educational theory and

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Angela Lumpkin

, IN : Solution Tree Press . Gall , M. ( 1984 ). Synthesis of research on teachers’ questioning . Educational Leadership, 42 ( 3 ), 40 – 47 . Gall , M.D. ( 1970 ). The use of questions in teaching . Review of Educational Research, 40 , 707 – 721 . doi:10.3102/00346543040005707 10

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Zachary Wahl-Alexander and Matthew Curtner-Smith

). Children moving: A reflective approach to teaching physical education ( 10th ed. ). McGraw-Hill . Guskey , T.R. ( 2002 ). Does it make a difference: Evaluating professional development . Educational Leadership, 59, 45 – 51 . Hastie , P.A. , & Siedentop , D. ( 1999 ). An ecological

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Zachary Wahl-Alexander, Matthew D. Curtner-Smith, and Oleg A. Sinelnikov

). Does it make a difference: Evaluating professional development . Educational Leadership, 59 , 45 – 51 . Hastie , P.A. , & Pickwell , A. ( 1996 ). A description of a student social system in a secondary school dance class . Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 15 , 171 – 187 . doi:10

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Phillip Ward

from Goings , R.B. , Brandehoff , R. , & Bianco , M. ( 2018 ). To diversify the teacher workforce start early . Educational Leadership, 75 ( 8 ), 50 – 55 . Hoerr , T. ( 2013 ). Is your school happy? Educational Leadership, 70 ( 8 ), 86

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Suzan F. Ayers and Amelia Mays Woods

be a staple of successful programs. Leaving this to the experts is no longer a viable option for PETE. A recent column in Educational Leadership ( Tucker, 2018 ) suggested a radical idea that we think is appropriate to apply to PETE at this moment, “change the narrative.” Recreating the public