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Overview

Examine educational leadership and policy issues, current reform movements, and ways to improve student learning and accountability at the local, state, and national levels through our programs in educational administration and policy.

Our students work closely with faculty throughout their time in a degree program, working on grant-funded projects, journal articles and policy-related projects. Faculty are nationally recognized in the areas of educational leadership, policy, and school law. Their areas of focus include:

  • Education law
  • Education policy
  • School and district leadership
  • Teacher evaluation

Academic Programs

Contact Details

  • Address:
    River's Crossing
    850 College Station Road
    Athens, Georgia 30602

Faculty and Staff

Karen Bryant

  • Clinical Assistant Professor

John Dayton

  • Professor

Elizabeth H. DeBray

  • Professor

Richard O. Welsh

  • Assistant Professor

Sheneka M. Williams

  • Associate Professor

Sally J. Zepeda

  • Professor

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