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Non-Degree Programs

In addition to the degree programs previously described, the Education Leadership Program offers several professional development opportunities to both first-time students and to alumni interested in continuing their graduate education. These are listed below:

Program

Program Director

Program Description

Contact Information

Klingenstein Summer Institute

Dr. Pearl Rock Kane

An intensive off-site residential Summer institute is offered for independent elementary, middle or high school teachers with two to five years of teaching experience. The Institute is designed to increase classroom effectiveness and to prepare teachers who have demonstrated outstanding promise for leadership positions in private schools. Participation is based on an award that covers all expenses. Participants earn four graduate credits.

Cindy Uejio,

Operations Manager

(O) 212.678.3449

cje2101@tc.columbia.edu

 

Klingenstein Heads of Schools Program

Dr. Pearl Rock Kane

 

 

The Klingenstein Heads of Schools Program is a two-week program of intensive study and interaction with professional peers for heads of independent schools. School heads are in residence at the College. They participate in symposia on issues confronting independent school leaders and attend colloquia on topics of interest including educational philosophy, diversity, and organizational change. School heads also pursue independent study, investigating problems of particular relevance to their school situations. Fellowship awards are granted annually. Please send completed application packets to the Klingenstein Center by January 15.

 

Cindy Uejio,

Operations Manager

(O) 212.678.3449

cje2101@tc.columbia.edu

Superintendents Work Conference

Dr. Brian K. Perkins

 

The Superintendents Work Conference will be held from July 26th- 28th, 2012. During the conference participants meet with nationally known educational leaders, public policy makers, and scholars to discuss and analyze major educational and social issues. Attendance is by nomination and invitation.

 

 

O: (212) 678-7449

swc@tc.columbia.edu.