Literacy Leadership C and I (ERLA 515)
Identifies national and international literacy leaders in history, as well as the roles literacy leaders currently perform at the local, state, and national levels. Focuses on administrative/supervisory considerations related to planning, organizing, and implementing, staffing, supervising, budgeting, and evaluating literacy programs. Provides experience in grant writing and conduction an action research project at the local level. Includes technology and school or community application components. Prerequisites: Graduate Status. Typically offered Fall only.
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