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EDLL 701 History of Leadership in Education

Content: In 1837, Horace Mann said, "A nation could not long remain ignorant and free." Mann argued for universal public education, supported by tax funds. The major questions of the day: Who is to be educated? Who will teach them? What will they learn? These have since been answered many times over; in the 21st century we are raising those questions again. Explore how leadership, organization, and ethical and political issues relate to those three fundamental questions.
Prerequisites: None.
Restrictions: Admission to Ed.D. program or consent of program director.
Credits: 2 semester hours.