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iPrincipals: How a California University Educational Leadership Program Is Preparing the Next Generation of School Administrators Online
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ELATPD Volume 25, ISSN 1064-4474

Abstract

This program report provides insights on the growing national and state trends in PreK-12 and higher education to deliver fully online programs for learners of all types and from many walks of life. It documents the strategies and program constructs Azusa Pacific University's fully online Educational Leadership faculty engages within their innovative, fully virtual program. As Baby Boomer professors, they are vested in building and nurturing what they term, iPrincipals, for both traditional and virtual schools. They are focused on the iY generation in this endeavor, as they strive to meet the learning needs of future school leaders in the state.

Citation

Marcos, T.A. & Loose, W.V. (2014). iPrincipals: How a California University Educational Leadership Program Is Preparing the Next Generation of School Administrators Online. Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development, 25, 92-102. Retrieved September 25, 2022 from .

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