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EDUC 843 Foundations of Educational Theory: Contextualizing Leadership and Policy II 3.0 Credits

Course is second of two-term course sequence (EDUC 841 and EDUC 843) designed to introduce graduate students to foundational and learning theories relevant to the field of educational leadership, policy and social change. Course offers interdisciplinary and often critical approach to understanding educational change from social, political, historical, economic and cultural perspectives. Each week, students examine a theoretical piece that informs how the field is studied, or an empirical piece of research that extends theory, or applies it in new contexts. Students implement independent research project developed in the first course in the two-term sequence.

College/Department: School of Education
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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