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The Educational Leadership program prepares experienced K-12 teachers to serve as educational leaders in 21st Century Schools. It is intended to relate to the needs of educators in both theory and practice. It is designed for candidates who have a baccalaureate K-12 teaching license and at least three years of successful public/private school experience. The program requires 36 semester hours including a sequence of three internship experiences, totaling seven credit hours. In order to be licensed by the state, candidates must demonstrate proficiency on a set of evidences which are aligned to the Education Leadership coursework and the internship experiences. Evidences will be evaluated by a faculty/public school review team at the conclusion of each internship experience. The curriculum provides: foundations in the principles and procedures of school executive leadership and organizational management, strategies for improving school culture and using data for improvement. The Education program coordinator is Dr. Dustin Johnson; he can be reached at djohnson@highpoint.edu or 336.841.9450. To learn more about Dr. Johnson and the Education Graduate Faculty click here. For more information check out the School of Education website or download an informational brochure today!

Tracy Collum is the Education graduate staff liaison. If you would like to tour campus or have general admission questions, you may call Tracy at 336.841.9447 or email her at tcollum@highpoint.edu.

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