Our Vision and Mission
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies will be nationally recognized for graduating outstanding, innovative and courageous leaders and producing significant educational research that influences policy and practice.
The department views leaders as stewards and servants of organizations, designers of the social and cultural climate in which they work, teachers who facilitate and encourage human growth and development, change agents who continually examine the purpose and performance of their organizations, and conceptual provocateurs who challenge ideas and assumptions on which policy and practice are built.
LATEST FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP & POLICY STUDIES
Dr. Lisa Driscoll to Present at “Mic/Nite”
Dr. Jim McIntyre Represents Tennessee on National Standards Setting Panel for Praxis School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA)
Patrick Biddix to Teach NASPA Online Course on March 26, 2018
Chancellor Emeritus and Distinguished Professor, Jimmy Cheek, Named 2018 United Way Campaign Chair
PERC’s Graduate Student Receives First Grant
Big Orange College Tour
CSP Student Receive SACSA Graduate Student Award
Meet April Partin, 2017-18 Leadership Academy Fellow