The presence of women in leadership roles at the secondary school level and above contributes to sensitivity within schools for the well-being of adolescent girls and provides girls beginning to consider career choices with role models of women decision-makers and leaders. It is also imperative that women be actively involved in leading educational change given the vital role that the educational system of a country plays in both national development and the development of a gender equal society for women to be active participants in the change and development process. They must be equipped and be provided with necessary skills and understanding needed to participate effectively in educational leadership and policy-making at both school and national levels.
Odunaike, K.O.; Amoda, M.B.; and Arigbabu, A.
"Gender Inequalities in the Training of Teachers at Tai Solarin University of Education in Ogun State of Nigeria,"
Academic Leadership Journal: Vol. 9
, Article 20.
Available at: http://scholars.fhsu.edu/alj/vol9/iss2/20