Our programs—School Counseling, Student Affairs Administration, Educational Administration, and the Doctor of Education in Leadership Program—are for impassioned and inspired leaders who want to change education institutions from the inside out. Whether you are becoming a school leader for the first time or continuing a decades-long career, you will make lifelong connections with peers founded on a shared sense of calling to the field of education and a commitment to serve whole communities.
Graduates of the Lewis & Clark Department of Educational Leadership serve as school counselors, assistant principals, principals, program coordinators, and district office administrators in k-12 schools, as well as student affairs professionals in higher ed settings—improving schools by working on behalf of every student.
Our programs emphasize socially just responses to the changing nature of our schools and are focused on the work you’ll be doing every day as a leader, whether you are a counselor or an administrator.
In our programs you will learn to:
- Advocate for all students
- Work in collaboration with school staff, parents, peers, and the community
- Use data-based decision-making as the means for improving schools
- Share leadership responsibilities to support systemic change
May 31st, 2016
11:00am - 1:00pm:
Smith Dissertation Defense
Julie Smith will defend her doctoral dissertation titled “Countering the Narrative of Borderland Public Schooling: Voices from the Plateau”
June 2nd, 2016
10:00am - 12:00pm:
Fuhriman-Ebert Dissertation Defense
Xóchitl Monteen Fuhriman-Ebert will defend her doctoral dissertation titled “Overlooked and Uninformed: Discovering What Parents of Long-Term ELL Students Perceive and Understand of Their Child’s Education”