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The number of women teachers who pursue academic degrees and professional development programs is rising, and many possess the skills and capabilities to compete for and perform the role of principal. 9 percent (Central Bureau of Statistics, 2002). Seven years later, in 2008, the percentage of women among Arab elementary school principals reached 28 percent, and in middle to high school education, it rose to 14 percent (Israeli Ministry of Education, 2008). Comparatively, in 2003 and 2004, in the United States the percentage of female school principals in elementary schools reached 56 percent and 26 percent in high schools (National Center for Education Statistics, 2011); while in the United Kingdom, in 2007 and 2008, women constituted 75 percent of all primary school principals and 32 percent of secondary 38 Arab Women in Management and Leadership school principals (Association of School and College Leaders [ACSL], 2011).
Ahlam’s words, and the authentic stories of 22 other Arab women pursuing professional careers in Israel, inspired us to write this book. In its chapters, we describe and discuss these women and their careers, relating to their personal development and empowerment, their professional career paths, the challenges they face, and the way they eventually overcame all obstacles to attain senior leadership positions, bringing change into the organizations where they work and into their society of origin.
The entire staff watched and whispered, “What does she think that she can do? Well, she’ll last a few months and then leave! ” They didn’t know that Introduction and the Women Leaders’ Stories 9 I have the strength to do things in a very quiet manner, to support, to push, to embrace, and to back others. The students also made remarks like, “What nice jeans! ” My [successful] management added each year to my record and led more and more teachers to believe in my path. They unified around me and moved the school forward to a better position.