Provides the basic common understanding of schools as social organizations and the professional role of teachers in public schools; analyzes selected legal issues relating to student rights, employment and teacher rights, and collective bargaining in schools; and serves as an introduction to instructional supervision, teacher evaluation, and continuing professional development of teachers. See Course in Course Explorer
Credit Information: 3 undergraduate hours. 1 graduate hour.
Prerequisite: Admission into a teacher preparation program. 1 hour section requires concurrent enrollment in EDPR 432 or EDPR 442.