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For more information about Educational Administration programs please contact Eunice MacGill at:
Loyola HallRoom 407(206) 296-6170Edadmin@seattleu.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Educational Administration Program develops exceptional educational leaders. Designed primarily for part-time students, who are working adults, this program attracts aspiring administrators who are passionate about making a difference — who see themselves as leaders of other professionals in pursuit of excellence for schools and organizations.
Educational Administration Program brochure
The Principal Preparation Program develops exceptional school leaders. Designed primarily for part-time students who are working adults, this program attracts aspiring administrators who are passionate about making a difference — who see themselves as leaders of other professionals in pursuit of excellence for students, staff, and schools. Classes are designed to bridge theory and practice. As part of our commitment to social justice, students work with diverse populations and conduct service learning projects in schools.
Principal Preparation Program Brochure
This workshop aligns with the new evaluation criteria for principals (TPEP) where you could create a culture, improve instruction, align curriculum, manage resources, engage communities and close the gap. During the workshop, participants will learn:
Workshop dates: June 26 - 28, 2013 or August 5 - 7, 2013 at Seattle University. Registration fee: $750 ; team of 3 or more $100 off total. details given after registration; includes light breakfast and lunch daily. Learn More. Contact Jo Ann Trautman, Project Director for Programs for New Principals.
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