Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in School and Community Change



The overarching goal of this program is to facilitate the learning of skills needed by educational and community leaders to research, design, implement, and evaluate school and community improvement initiatives within both formal and informal educational environments. Students will earn a terminal degree leading to careers as reform-oriented leaders in PKā€“12 public and private school systems, innovative community leaders, formal and informal educational program directors, executive directors of foundations and nonprofit organizations, and higher education faculty members.

Concentrations:
              • Educational Leadership for School and Community Change
              • Special Education for School and Community Change
              • Literacy Education for School and Community Change
              • Mathematics Education for School and Community Change
              • Student-Developed Cross-Disciplinary ConcentrationĀ for School and Community Change