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Educational Leadership

Preparing critical and courageous scholar-practitioners who lead educational transformation.
Applications the Preliminary Administrative Services Credential/Optional MS in Educational Leadership and the Administrative Services Clear Credential are now being accepted. Attend an Information Session to learn more!
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PASC/MS Information Sessions

Feb15

RSVP: Virtual PASC/MS Information Session

Meet with faculty and staff to learn about our Preliminary Administrative Credential Services Program and optional MS in Educational Leadership Degree. We'll give you an overiew of the curriculum and explain the admission process.

Mar15

RSVP: Virtual PASC/MS Information Session

Meet with faculty and staff to learn about our Preliminary Administrative Credential Services Program and optional MS in Educational Leadership Degree. We'll give you an overiew of the curriculum and explain the admission process.

Apr19

RSVP: Virtual PASC/MS Information Session

Meet with faculty and staff to learn about our Preliminary Administrative Credential Services Program and optional MS in Educational Leadership Degree. We'll give you an overiew of the curriculum and explain the admission process.

News Highlights

Dr Reyes

Dr. G. Reyes Delivers Keynote Talks

Dr. G. Reyes is the keynote speaker for the 2022 Annual Conference of the Minnesota Association of Alternative Programs scheduled for February 2.  On February 23, he'll give the keynote address at the California Association of California Community College  Administrators Annual Conference to be held in Monterey.

Dr Strom

Dr. Katie Strom Co-Edits Special Double Issue on Teacher Professional Development

Dr. Katie Strom has co-edited a double special issue on complex perspectives on teacher development. The dominant way the field thinks about the link between teacher learning and the practice remains linear, dualistic, transactional, and rooted in human agency (Strom & Martin, 2017; Strom &; Viesca, 2020). The twenty-two articles in this special issue trouble that dominant thinking by drawing on a continuum of complex perspectives, including Cultural Historical Activity Theory (CHAT), complexity theory, Actor-Network Theory (ANT), indigenous perspectives, rhizomatics, ‘new’ materialisms, posthumanism, and affect theory, to provide relational, situated, decentred analyses of teacher development. Read More

Julie and Maha

EdD Alumnae Co-Found Non-Profit

EdD alumnae Julie Rems Smario and Maha Jacobs have co-founded a non-profit organization, Co-Fusion Group, whose mission is to cultivate expertise shoulder to shoulder with communities to end inequities and seek social justice. To learn more about their services, visit their website www.CoFusionGroup.org or Facebook page www.facebook.com/CoFusionGroup .

2021-2022 Radical Educator Speaker Series to be Announced

2020-2021 RADICAL EDUCATOR SPEAKER SERIES

TOWARD A FRAMEWORK FOR ABOLITIONIST LEADERSHIP

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2019-2020 RADICAL EDUCATOR SPEAKER SERIES

TRANSFORMATION THROUGH COMMUNITY SOLIDARITY

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Educational Leadership
  • California State University, East Bay
  • 25800 Carlos Bee Blvd, AE 250
  • Hayward, CA 94542