Graduate Programs - Educational Leadership
The Maine Principal Study – Change and Stability in School Leadership: 1997 –2011 written by Gordon Donaldson and George Marnik in collaboration with the Maine Principals’ Association is now available. Click here to download.
About the Educational Leadership Program
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“The doctoral program in Educational Leadership offered me the opportunity to explore the theoretical, historical, and societal influences of issues that I face on a day-to-day basis as an Assistant Superintendent. I believe this experience has given me a deeper pool of knowledge that I can draw from as I carry out my professional responsibilities. The cohort experience provided a built-in support group and allowed for further learning through the sharing of experiences of administrators throughout the state.”
Ed.D in Educational Leadership, 2009
The University of Maine’s graduate programs in PreK-12 Educational Leadership combine the study of organizations and leadership theory with the development of skills and capacities for relationship-building, educational planning, evaluation and management. Programs address many leadership roles essential to quality school performance, most commonly teacher leadership, administration and community leadership.
The PreK-12 Educational Leadership program offers degrees at the M.Ed., C.A.S. and doctorate levels.
Contact: JoEllen Carr, (207) 581-2455; email@example.com