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1. Analyses and Problem Identification

Reflection - Educational Policy

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I dreaded the educational policy course, until the first class. I thought that policy was dull and boring, like the first-day orientation meetings of most jobs. However, I learned how policy can protect me, my future faculty, and students. Through policy creation and adherence, administrators are able to lead schools to success. I understand now how policy is my friend.

Contemporary Educational Policy Issues

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Students must identify a policy issue that they feel must be addressed. The issue must have implications for students at the local level who are disadvantaged due to socioeconomic, ethnic, gender, disability, or other factors.

Final Project: Policy Issue Analysis, Communication and Implementation Plan

Reflection - School Leadership

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Nearly two years after taking “Administration of School Organizations” I realize what a great beginning the course was for everything that I have studied thus far. While learning about the importance of reframing situations and taking a look “from the balcony” I gained a valuable skill that I constantly use when dealing with and difficult decisions every day. By looking at decisions through the four frames of political, human resource, symbolic and structural, I can better see how the decision will affect different groups of people.

Parent Letter

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 July 7, 2012

 

Dear Mr. & Mrs. Doe:

 

Student Letter

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July 7, 2012

Dear Jane Doe:

As the new principal of Jones High School, I would like to introduce myself and share some information with you before school begins. I know it takes a great deal of time, energy and desire for you to be successful. You should know that I want you to succeed.

Faculty Letter

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July 7, 2012

 

Dear Mr. Jones,

 

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