Educational Leadership


Save the date - September 16th, 2014!
Come learn more about an exciting new opportunity to purse a doctoral degree
in Educational Administration and Supervision in Northeast North Carolina.
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JOB WELL DONE!

Judy Stover, Ed.D. in Educational Administration & Supervision, is the winner of a $10,000 international doctoral scholarship awarded by Delta Kappa Gamma.  She also received a $4,000 award from the state chapter of the organization.  She will write an article for publication and present her research at the organization's international convention next year.

Between 2011-2013, 27 doctoral students graduated with their Doctor of Education degrees in Educational Administration and Supervision.  Congratulations to our graduates ~ we are proud of you!


The Program in Educational Leadership for school administrators is designed to improve the quality of K-12 schools 

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by preparing leaders who are dedicated to educational excellence and equity. Graduates are expected to use leadership strategies that will improve student performance in environments that are dynamic, interactive, and culturally diverse.

Mission

The program offers the Doctor of Education degree (Ed.D.) leading to Superintendent's Licensure and the Master of School Administration (MSA) leading to principalship licensure. Licensure is controlled by the state, and it is the student's responsibility to understand and comply with the state's requirements. The Educational Leadership programs seek to prepare highly trained leaders who can

 

Provide sound instructional leadership at all levels
Use qualitative and quantitative data as a basis for school improvement
Employ ethical and professional practices
Administer fiscal, curricular, and personnel resources effectively
Exhibit strong written and oral communications skills
Participate effectively in educational politics, policy analysis, and development
Analyze school problems critically and strategically
Demonstrate effective leadership at the school and district level
Administer schools in a legally and ethically defensible manner
Demonstrate competence in administration

Program Faculty

  • Assistant Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Associate Professor of Education
  • Coordinator of the Educational Leadership Program
  • Professor
  • Associate Department Head
  • Director of Graduate Programs
  • Associate Professor
  • University Faculty Scholar
  • Friday Institute Research Fellow
  • Teaching Assistant Professor
  • MSA Coordinator
  • Principal Fellows Coordinator
  • Teaching Assistant Professor

Organizations

Contact

Box 7801
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, N.C. 27695-7801
Educational Leadership & ERPA-K12 Programs: Sharon Walker, 919-515-3127, sharon_walker@ncsu.edu Adult & Higher Education Programs: Shana Scott, 919-515-6238, shana_scott@ncsu.edu

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