Educational Administration

The LaConner School District has dedicated the district’s Performing Arts Center in honor of Tim Bruce, assistant professor in the Educational Administration program in the Woodring College of Education. On Wednesday, May 16, the Bruce Performing Arts Center was unveiled at a ceremony attended…

After hearing positive reviews from former students about Western Washington University’s Educational Administration program in Bremerton, Stephanie Brush decided to do some research.

Already knowing she liked Western’s positive reputation among her colleagues, she was pleased to learn…

Educational Administration alumnus Amy Reisner decided to attend Western Washington University’s Bellingham campus after hearing recommendations from colleagues. However, Reisner knew about Western’s Woodring College of Education’s reputation well before hearing about it from others.

It…

After hearing positive reviews from former students about Western Washington University’s Educational Administration program in Bremerton, Stephanie Brush decided to do some research.

Already knowing she liked Western’s positive reputation among her colleagues, she was pleased to learn…

Western Washington University’s Educational Administration master’s degree program is expanding to British Columbia. 

“Western’s program fills a unique need in British Columbia," said program advisor Warren Aller. “We offer a degree in…

Randy Dorn expects to win the statewide primary for superintendent of public instruction. His dream is to defeat his four opponents -who have no statewide name recognition- by a big enough margin to make a general election campaign unnecessary.

Mary Lynne Derrington and Donald Larsen, Educational Administration, co-presented “Evaluation of Principals: Issues in Support and Authority” and “Learning to Trust One's Moral Compass: How Principal Preparation Shapes School Leaders” at the National Association of…

Mary Lynne Derrington and Donald Larsen, Educational Administration, co-presented “Make your Disciplinary Decisions to Create a Supportive and Caring School Environment” at the Association of Washington School Principals Assistant Principals Conference held in Seattle Feb. 9 to 11…

Mary Lynne Derrington, Educational Administration, made a presentation on her role as Washington state director of Phi Delta Kappa International at their conference held in Atlanta Feb. 17 to 18.

Donald Larsen (Educational Administration) presented: “Making a Difference? An Investigation of Ethics Courses in Principal Preparation Programs” at the National Social Science Association (NSSA) Fall Professional Development Conference held in Reno, Nevada, Oct. 10-12, 2010.

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