Faculty and Graduate Student Research
For many years the Department has provided the resources of the Bureau of Educational Research and Field Services to school districts and policy makers in Nebraska. In times of expansion, the work of the Bureau was directed toward facilities planning. In times of declining enrollment, a significant amount of work has been directed at helping school districts plan for re-organization. Over the years members of the Bureau have also assisted state policy makers by carrying out studies aimed at particular educational policy issues. For information about the services of the Bureau, please contact Brent Cejda at email@example.com or 472-0989.
The National Council of Instructional Administrators (NCIA) is an affiliate council of the American Association of Community Colleges. The organization works to promote and represent the instructional mission of the community college in all programs and activities. NCIA is headquartered and staffed by the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and operates in partnership with the Community College Leadership Program at UNL. For information, contact Katherine Wesley.
Become a School Improvement Specialist with the UNL/NCA CASI School Improvement Specialist Program. For information contact: Dr. Jody Isernhagen
An annual conference designed to meet the needs of women in leadership roles in educational fields. For information contact: Dr. Marilyn Grady
Graduate students in the Department of Educational Administration at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have developed a variety of school improvement initiatives based on best practice during the course EDAD 948 Instructional Leadership. We are pleased to present these initiatives for your review on this web site.