Graduate Bulletin 2013-2015 » Academic Programs and Courses » Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education » Educational Leadership Graduate Programs » Courses in Educational Leadership » EDL 718: Creating Effective Partnerships: Parents, Community Members, School Boards, and Other Key Stakeholders.
EDL 718: Creating Effective Partnerships: Parents, Community Members, School Boards, and Other Key Stakeholders.
3 hours, 3 credits. Explores the role and responsibilities of the school district leader in relation to the community as a whole, including local institutions of higher education, social and health agencies, and teacher unions, as well as the politics involved in interacting with community partners. Topics include, but are not limited to, community analysis methods; techniques designed to improve community relations; marketing strategies; and public relations models. Students will participate in 6 hours of leadership experiences in the field over the course of the semester. PREREQ: EDL 716 and EDL 717 and/or permission of the Program Coordinator.
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