Duration
2 years
Intakes
Jan Aug
Study mode
Full-time
Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

Integrating research from the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium(ISLLC), the goals for graduates include the ability to:

  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by ensuring the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a child-centered vision of quality schooling that is shared by all members of a school community
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by enhancing instructional capacity.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by promoting instruction that maximizes student learning.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by promoting robust and meaningful curricula and assessment programs.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by promoting the development of an inclusive school climate characterized by supportive relationships and a personalized culture of care.
  • Promote the success and the well-being of every student by promoting professionally normed communities for teachers and other professional staff.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by promoting communities of engagement for families and other stakeholders.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by ensuring effective and efficient management of the school or district to promote student social and academic learning.
  • Promote the success and the well-being of every student by adhering to ethical principles and professional norms.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by ensuring the development of an equitable and culturally responsive school.
  • Promote the success and well-being of every student by ensuring the development of a culture of continuous school improvement These goals will be met through ten program outcomes. Graduates will demonstrate accomplishment of program outcomes through required portfolio documents completed in each course. The completed portfolio will be evaluated as part of the program review and the graduate's exit interview.