William Woods University graduate students use their degrees in leadership positions in their schools and districts. Many students, including the masters of education administration, doctorate of education leadership and others – get involved in organizations that regularly offer development opportunities even after they graduate. The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP), for example, serves […]Read More...
December 19th, 2014
Posted in School Leaders
Principals and superintendents across Missouri know that outdated school buildings combined with tight budgets can be big hurdles for achieving real “sustainability.” If you are looking into earning building-level responsibilities and credentials, discussions concerning the environment — your school’s sustainability efforts, construction practices or conservation education for students, etc — will likely come up. On […]Read More...
December 3rd, 2014
Posted in Tech+