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Gender-Inclusive Leadership in Impoverished Mexican Communities As globalization has become an emergent phenomenon, leadership theories, policies, and practices have been transported globally and have interfaced with different cultures and societies. An abundant array of western management and leadership innovations has cross-pollinated throughout the world and is infiltrating traditional cultures. This interaction has created a need to consider the directions for educational leadership and management. According to Dimmock (2000), an important direction for educational management and school leadership in the 21st century is the embracing of international, cultural, and cross-cultural perspectives.
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