EdD in Educational & Policy Leadership Program Overview
The program in educational and policy leadership, leading to the doctor of education (Ed.D.) degree has two strands: one is designed for educators in pre-K-12 settings and the other is designed for leaders in higher education settings. The program is designed for candidates who wish to develop the conceptual understanding and advanced leadership skills needed to create organizational learning environments to address inequities, optimize teacher performance, and maximize student learning. Candidates work in learning communities with faculty and administrators to gain a deeper understanding of themselves as educational leaders and to develop the knowledge, skills, and dispositions necessary for visionary, collaborative, strategic, and ethical leadership in schools, districts and institutions of higher education.
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