Special Issue "Sustainability in Leadership and Education"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 September 2020) | Viewed by 71425
Interests: researchers about education academicians; teachers; principals; educational politicians; policy makers; lifelong education
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Defined as the ability of being permanent, sustainability is addressed with many different topics in ecologic, economic and social fields. Therefore, it can be claimed that sustainability is an important term which embraces the requirements of today’s world. Nowadays, there are efforts to keep living in each field all over world. Some of these fields which have concerns about maintaining their lifespans are education and leadership. Education provides people to maintain their lives, and covers all human lifetime. Therefore, it is expected that lifelong learning, defined as learning from the cradle to the grave, and sustainability are related to each other. One the other hand, leadership gives opportunity people to gather others around a specific purpose. In this context, it guides people and maintains their lives. Therefore, it can be claimed that leadership in all different fields can be in relationship between sustainability.
This Special Issue aims to shed light on the relationships between sustainability and education, and administration. In this respect, this issue directly focuses on sustainability from the viewpoint of lifelong education and leadership. Authors from different speciality fields, such as education, psychology, social sciences, ecology, business administration etc. are invited to submit their studies about the possible relationships between lifelong education, leadership and sustainability. All the theoretical and practical studies are accepted in this issue. The importance of this study is to enlighten sustainability in terms of both maintaining and managing lives. For this reason, different studies from different specialty fields are welcomed in this issue.
Prof. Dr. Osman Titrek
Manuscript Submission Information
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- lifelong education