The political and social environment of public education in the United States; analysis of the power structure and its influence on educational policy making at the district level; examination of the evolving roles of state and federal agencies, the courts, private organizations, and interest groups in school governance. Studies the tension between the ideal of a democratically controlled public school system and the growing power of educational experts. See Course in Course Explorer
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in the College of Education or consent of instructor.
|CHI||Lecture-Discussion||8/21/2015 - 11/19/2015||Welton, A||S||08:30 AM - 04:30 PM|| |
|CHI||Lecture-Discussion||8/21/2015 - 11/14/2015||Welton, A||F||05:30 PM - 09:30 PM|| |
|A||Online||1/19/2016 - 5/4/2016||Welton, A||W||05:30 PM - 08:30 PM|| |
|LDL||Online||1/19/2016 - 5/4/2016||Welton, A||W||05:30 PM - 08:30 PM|| |
|OB1||Online||1/19/2016 - 5/4/2016||Welton, A||W||05:30 PM - 08:30 PM|| |
|ADW||Lecture||5/16/2016 - 8/4/2016||Welton, A|| |