Mission and Purpose
The mission of the Educational Leadership Research Collaborative is to support doctoral students, doctoral faculty, and school/community college colleagues with research and related scholarly initiatives. The focus of the activities of the Collaborative is on research that is centered on problems of educational practice with primary emphasis on inquiry which addresses our program vision: “effecting profound change in teaching and learning that leads to improved student achievement.” The research of the Collaborative is undertaken by a network of individuals committed to educational change based on evidence of improved student learning.
Increase the research opportunities of doctoral faculty, students and school/community college colleagues
- Promote the connectivity of educational research and practice
- Serve as a catalyst and gathering place for scholarly inquiry on educational administration
- Support research regarding problems of educational practice and policy
- Encourage dissemination of the research of doctoral faculty, students and school/community college colleagues
- Contribute to advancing a doctoral culture at CSUN
Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership Program Distinguished Lectures
|December 2, 2010||Phil Garcia , Senior Director of Analytic Studies, Office of the Chancellor of California State University||How Well Do Remediated Students at the CSU Fare in Terms of Persistence to Degree?||4-6 PM||Ed 1214|
|May 14, 2010|
Barbara Beno, President of Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (AACJC)
The Two Faces of Higher Education Accreditation - Federal Regulation and Self Regulation
8 – 11 a.m.
|May 8, 2009|
Jack Scott, Chancellor of LA Community College District
Jack Friedlander, Vice President of Santa Barbara College
Vision for California Community Colleges
Campus Leadership Issues
8 - 11 a.m.
|December 2, 2009|
Randall Lindsey, Director of the Ed.D Program at California Lutheran University
5 – 8 p.m.