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Welcome to the Department of Organization and Leadership, and especially to our Programs in Adult Learning and Leadership, Education Leadership, Higher and Postsecondary Education, Executive Program for Nursing, and Social-Organizational Psychology.
Our MA, EDM, EDD, PhD degree programs are unique:
We hope that you will explore our pages and consider pursuit of your studies here.
Professor of Higher Education
Chair, Department of Organization and Leadership
Lily Woo, a longtime New York City principal and educator, has been named the new director of Teachers College's Cahn Fellows Program for Distinguished Public School Principals. (6/13/2014)
Theodore Parker, (M.A., Private School Leadership) (6/4/2014)
"Assessing the Assessments: K-12 Measurement and Accountability in the 21st Century," a blog featuring dialogue among scholars and school practitioners, will be co-hosted by Madhabi Chatterji, Director of TC's Assessment and Evaluation Research Initiative (AERI) and James Harvey, Executive Director of the National Superintendents Roundtable. (5/16/2014)
Alan Mather, a member of the first Cahn Fellows cohort from Chicago in 2012, receivedthe Stanley C. Golder Award for Principals and Heads of Schools in Illinois. (5/14/2014)
Urick, A. & Bowers, A.J. (2014). How does principal perception of academic culture measure up? The impact of principal perceptions on student academic climate and achievement in high school. Journal of School Leadership, 24(2), 386-414.
Urick, A. & Bowers, A.J. (2014). What are the different types of principals across the U.S.? A latent class analysis of principal perception of leadership. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(1), 96-134.
Campbell, C. & O'Meara, K.A. (2014). Faculty agency: Departmental contexts that matter in faculty Careers. Research in Higher Education, 55, 49-74.
Chatterji, M. & Welner, K.G. (2014), (Eds.). Validity, assessment, and accountability: Contemporary issues in primary, secondary, and higher education. Quality Assurance in Education, 22(1) (Special Issue).
Chatterji, M., Green, L.W., & Kumanyika, S. (2014). L.E.A.D.: A framework for evidence gathering and use for the prevention of obesity and other complex public health problems. Heath Education & Behavior, 41(1), 85-99.
Drago-Severson, E. & Blum-DeStefano, J. (2014). Leadership for transformational learning: A developmental approach to supporting leaders’ thinking and practice. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 1-29.
Drago-Severson, E., Maslin-Ostrowski, P., Hoffman, A.M., & Barbaro, J. (2014). Managing adaptive challenges: Learning with principals from Bermuda and Florida. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 1-28.
Westaby, J.D., Pfaff, D.L., & Redding, N. (2014). Psychology and social networks: A dynamic network theory perspective. American Psychologist, 69, 269-284.
Westaby, J.D. & Redding, N. (2014). Social networks, social media, and conflict resolutions. In P.T. Coleman, M. Deutsch, & E.C. Marcus (Eds.), The handbook of conflict resolution: Theory and practice (3rd ed.) (p.998-1022). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass