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Pre K-12 Educational Administration

KSU EDAD candidates were among 17 panelists at the anti-bullying workshop at the Akron Public Library on June 14th. Over the last year, Christa Boske, the EDAD program coordinator, worked with teachers, school leaders, students and community organizations to promote culturally responsive practices in schools.
KSU EDAD candidates were among 17 panelists at the anti-bullying workshop at the Akron Public Library on June 14th. Over the last year, Christa Boske, the EDAD program coordinator, worked with teachers, school leaders, students and community organizations to promote culturally responsive practices in schools.
Mariel Sallee, Beth Mariola, and Amanda Rassi are some of Kent State’s finest EDAD candidates. They presented at the June 14th anti-bullying conference to support the efforts of the EDAD program to build bridges among schools, communities, and children/families. One hundred and four teachers and school leaders registered for the event.
Mariel Sallee, Beth Mariola, and Amanda Rassi are some of Kent State’s finest EDAD candidates. They presented at the June 14th anti-bullying conference to support the efforts of the EDAD program to build bridges among schools, communities, and children/families. One hundred and four teachers and school leaders registered for the event.
Greg Donnellan, the Jump Start Coordinator for GLSEN and Board Member, speaks of the significance of the June 14th anti-bullying workshop to improve the lived experiences of all children in schools. 
Greg Donnellan, the Jump Start Coordinator for GLSEN and Board Member, speaks of the significance of the June 14th anti-bullying workshop to improve the lived experiences of all children in schools. 
Over 275 people attended the fourth annual Leading for Social Justice Exhibit at the Kent State Art Gallery. EDAD graduate students, community artists, and students from Twinsburg Middle School and surrounding high schools participated in the show.
Over 275 people attended the fourth annual Leading for Social Justice Exhibit at the Kent State Art Gallery. EDAD graduate students, community artists, and students from Twinsburg Middle School and surrounding high schools participated in the show.
Leading for Social Justice Art Exhibit piece - Positive Deviance offered by Kent State EDAD graduate student Sasha Thackaberry.
Leading for Social Justice Art Exhibit piece - Positive Deviance offered by Kent State EDAD graduate student Sasha Thackaberry.
Program Coordinator

Dr. Christa Boske
cboske@kent.edu



 

THE KENT STATE ADVANTAGE: 

The EDAD program is committed to helping future school leaders be the catalyst to improve student learning with the demands of changing demographics. Our school leaders drive systematic and systemic change to increase student achievement for all students, alter educational policy debates, build strong public and private partnerships, and restore public confidence in public schools in the communities they serve.


Vision: Our students live what they learn.


Mission: To prepare reflective, scholarly practitioners and practicing scholars who lead authentic, democratic learning communities in culturally responsive ways toward equitable systematic and systemic reform and innovation.

Principal License and Master's (M.Ed.)/Ed.S. Degree Regional Cohorts

2014-2015 Regional Cohorts For Master's (M.Ed.)/Ed.S. with Principal Licensure

  • Earn your Master's (M.Ed.) or Ed.S. with principal licensure in just two years!
  • If interested, partial scholarships (i.e., $2,800) available to cohort members.
  • If interested, $100 will be awarded to cohort members to implement their research-based solutions.
  • Leadership awards will be presented to cohort members who receive scholarship funds.
  • Graduate with 14 authentic artifacts that demonstrate how you lead for future job interviews.
  • Travel to school districts in your region to better understand what it means to lead in diverse contexts.
  • Co-create and facilitate a regional conference with your cohort members for teachers and school leaders in your region for free continuing education units.

 

Up to 25 candidates will be accepted per cohort.
 *This site will be open for enrollment beginning Monday, March 10th 2014
More Information Here!