Kent MannProfessor of Practice and Graduate Chair
Ed.D., School Administration & Supervision, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1991
Ed.S., School Administration & Supervision, 1985
M.Ed., Curriculum & Instruction, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1983
B.A., Elementary Education, Doane College, 1975
Dr. Mann's outreach work includes involvement with the Nebraska Council of School Administrator's Networking with New Principals project and consulting with school districts and conducting student discipline hearings as requested. He is the founder of Leadership2, a network designed to create dialogue and discussion with second-year Nebraska building principals. He also serves and the liason between the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the Greater Nebraska Superintendent's organziation.
Teaching and Advising
Dr. Mann teaches a wide variety of courses in the area of school leadership including EDAD 853 (School Culture), EDAD 903 (Community Relations), Edad 948 (Instructional Leadership), and EDAD 811.
Dr. Mann advises students seeking to enter school administration assignments. He enjoys studying and developing leadership skills and capacity in students and creating experiences that allow students to take the concepts and theories of leadership and education and apply them in schools.
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