Policy, Politics, and Leadership
Faculty delve into the broad landscape of influences – namely, history, social and economic policy, and politics – and the organizational features of the institutions that sustain the nation’s diverse array of local schools and districts. Faculty conduct both social science research and teach in the economics, sociology, history, and politics of education. Together, faculty hold a commitment to fine empirical work – whether qualitative or quantitative – that illuminates the motivations, values, and practices shaping common cause and stakeholder conflict as we try to improve public education.
To find a faculty member who is an expert in the area, click on the titles below.
Leadership in Educational Organizations
Policy Analysis and Program Implementation
Politics of Education Advocacy
Travis J. Bristol
Prudence L. Carter
Kris D. Gutíerrez*
Judith Warren Little
Soraya A. Sablo-Sutton
Frank C. Worrell*
* Faculty interested in admitting new doctoral students for the coming academic year.