ED 760 Overview
This course explores the skills, knowledge, and dispositions essential to perform effectively as a 21st century school district administrator. Students will analyze and evaluate theories, strategies, and practices embraced by high-performing superintendents, with emphasis placed on the role of district leadership in effectuating change to improve schools and student achievement. The instructor draws upon the background and experiences of superintendency students, as well as current research on change and learning theories, to examine how the superintendent can maximize educational, political, and managerial leadership.
- 3.00 Credits