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  • Staff
    Mrs Joyce Hollingsworth Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 2884 jhollingsworth uncfsu edu Ms Zelma Mohammed Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1565 zomills mohamme01 uncfsu edu Mrs Denise Howard Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1271 dsturdav uncfsu edu Mrs Diane Harris Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1271 dnmelvin01 uncfsu edu Ms Roscelyn Clements Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1566 rclements uncfsu edu Ms Angela White Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1270 awhite13 uncfsu edu Ms Angela Ellison Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 2453 avellison uncfsu edu Ms Angela Hollingsworth Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1270 aholl4 uncfsu edu Ms Jade Glidden Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 2454 jglidden uncfsu edu Mrs Michelle Moore Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 2453 mmoore16 uncfsu edu Ms Jacqueline Perez Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building 672 1271 jperez3 uncfsu edu Ms Blessing Okobi Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building Ms LaShonda Brown Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building Ms Sheena Baker Child Care Teacher Lauretta Taylor Building Mrs Ruth Housey Child Care Nutritionist Lauretta Taylor Building 672 2451 lhousey uncfsu edu Copyright Fayetteville State University

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  • Videos
    ECLC Spring Photos 2014 ECLC Christmas Program 2013 ECLC Muppet Show 2013 Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina Contact Us Quick Links myBronco Portal

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  • About Us
    learn more about what we have to offer you If you need more information or wish to speak to someone personally about any of our graduate programs please contact us at 910 672 1731 The department s first graduates were in 1994 at the Masters Degree level and the first doctoral students graduated in 1997 Since its inception the department has graduated nearly 400 Master and Doctoral students The faculty of the department has an enviable record of quality teaching relevant research and substantial service to the School of Education the University and the community Faculty expertise covers a wide range of areas in the field of leadership including policy administrative and leadership practices organizational development community involvement and the development of the leader as a person We have three program areas that look specifically at the development of leaders these include the master degree in School Administration the doctoral degrees with concentrations in K 12 and Higher Education The department faculty also serves the community through participation on committees of local schools and other agencies by delivering professional development and consulting advice to educational agencies Department faculty members are actively involved in meaningful educational research that results in the

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  • Faculty and Staff
    672 1646 mchitiga uncfsu edu Dr Gail Thompson Wells Fargo Endowed Chair Professor BU 311 672 2594 gthomps3 uncfsu edu Dr Jerry Jones Associate Professor BU 315 672 2135 jjones134 uncfsu edu Dr Mary Ombonga Adjunct Assistant Professor BU 252 672 1002 mombonga uncfsu edu Dr Christina Amsterdam Adjunct Associate Professor BU 315 672 1582 camsterd uncfsu edu Dr Paris Jones Adjunct Assistant Professor BU 255 672 1262 pjones uncfsu

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  • Admission
    admission into the MSA or Ed D Programs for the 2014 2015 academic year are required to meet the following deadlines Master of School Administration MSA Principal Fellows Applicants January 1 2015 Non Principal Fellows Applicants July 15 2015 Doctorate in Educational Leadership Ed D K 12 Concentration Applicants June 1 2015 Higher Education Concentration Applicants June 1 2015 Contact Information Graduate Studies Admissions 910 672 1412 Educational Leadership Mrs

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  • Master of School Administration
    years The typical cohort comprises North Carolina Principal Fellows classroom teachers and other aspiring principals Program Objectives 1 Articulates a vision of learning by using relevant knowledge and theories that promote the success of all students 2 Use the following data types student performance teacher and community survey and state and or local reports for school improvement 3 Apply knowledge of in depth review of the literature relevant to effective organizational change and analysis as a foundation for the development of change strategies 4 Apply best practices to student learning by understanding the variety of instructional research methodologies and by analyzing the comparable strengths and weaknesses of each method in order to improve instructional programs 5 Develop effective instructional programs by improving curricular materials and pedagogy that will enhance student learning 6 Collaborate with family and community members by supporting the planning and implementation of programs and services for diverse student populations 7 Act responsibly by making and explaining decisions that promote student success based upon ethical and legal principles professional integrity and fairness 8 Complete a full time internship with appropriate and substantial responsibilities gradually increasing in amount and complexity with direct purposeful interaction with school or central office

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  • Ed.D. Program
    to view Doctoral Graduate pictures Ed D Program Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership The Doctor of Education Degree Ed D in Educational Leadership is an innovative program designed to provide candidates with an interdisciplinary focus on transformative leadership by exploring theories research best practices and internship experiences necessary to successfully create 21st century inclusive equitable and high achievement learning environments Students may choose a focus in PK 12 or higher education We offer a cohort based approx 18 students Research Clinical Model with online hybrid and weekend classes to accommodate our candidates Program Learning Outcomes Educational Leadership Doctoral Degree Program 1 Demonstrate the knowledge and ability to facilitate the development articulation implementation and stewardship of a school s or district s vision of learning for diverse schools that is grounded in social justice concepts 2 Promote a positive school culture and provide an effective instructional program that is culturally responsive to the needs of diverse students 3 Demonstrate expertise in building a school community that promotes a safe efficient and effective learning environment that leads to effective management operations and resources 4 Demonstrate the ability to use a wide range of data to develop culturally appropriate strategies to collaborate

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  • Degree Programs
    knowledge and skills needed to respond to social political and economic changes and to quality equity and gender issues Recruit select and prepare school leaders with special focus on women and minorities who demonstrate potential for outstanding educational leadership Provide school leaders with an opportunity to demonstrate knowledge skills and abilities through clinical experiences and a full time year long internship Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Our Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership is an innovative program designed to provide an interdisciplinary focus on leadership and the tools theories experiences necessary to succeed in creating inclusive and equitable learning environments Students may choose a focus in PK 12 or higher education We offer a cohort based approx 18 students Research Clinical Model with online hybrid and weekend classes to accommodate our candidates Program Objectives Produce transformative leaders who are capable of creating a new educational paradigm Combine theory with practice to provide candidates with a detailed understanding of the complex issues impacting education and student achievement Prepare leaders to successfully transform current educational settings into inclusive and equitable learning environments Address the crisis of educating historically underserved diverse communities using an interdisciplinary focus on leadership Offered Degrees Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Master of School Administration For Your Information Academic Catalogs Course Description Program Information Sheets MSA Program Sheet Ed D Program Sheet Doctoral Graduation Dates Henceforth all students intending to graduate in the Spring or in the Fall should formally secure a confirmed dissertation defense date that falls no later than 2 TWO weeks after midterm of the semester in which they plan to graduate Therefore you must make sure that your dissertation chair in consultation with the committee members have formally approved your readiness for defense Please note that this deadline will apply until we notify

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