Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Educational Administration is Weakest Program Colleges Offer

A short note to point out a small feature in the April 15th edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education. The article "Change in the Principal's Office: the Role of Universities" written by Arthur Levine discusses the poor quality found in programs to educate future principals and other educational administrators. Levine discusses his report on "Educating School Leaders." I actually read part of the report, lead to it from another link. It should be of concern to those such as teachers considering graduate work in the field as well as those doing the hiring.

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