A Tale of Two Educational Leadership Program Redesigns:How Policy Influences ProcessJournal of School Leadership (2012)
ABSTRACT: This article examines the redesign of two educational leadership programs at different institutions: a medium-sized public university and a small private university. Both were committed to principals of ethical leadership. Each program faced a state mandate to redesign. In one case, state policy focused on detailed accountability measures based on syllabi alignment to standards and a complex paper trail of documentation required for final approval. In the other case, accountability focused on a final portfolio, and programs were encouraged to be innovative. Policy differences combined with situational context to create two different approaches to the redesign work.
- Program Evaluation,
- Educational Standards,
- Higher Education,
- Redesign Processes
Publication DateSpring May, 2012
Citation InformationJoseph A Polizzi and Frederick Buskey. "A Tale of Two Educational Leadership Program Redesigns:How Policy Influences Process" Journal of School Leadership Vol. 22 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joseph_polizzi/7/
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