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CONTACTING US

Main Office

Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
School of Education
UW-Madison
253 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
MadisonWI  53706-1326

Tel: 608/262-3106
Fax: 608/265-3135

Email: elpa@education.wisc.edu
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Education is not the piling on of learning, information, data, facts, skills, or abilities—that’s training or instruction—but is rather making visible what is hidden as a seed. —Thomas Moore

Mission Statement

The mission of the department is to create, evaluate, exchange, and apply knowledge about leadership, learning, and organizational performance to prepare scholars and scholar practitioners who cultivate equity and educational opportunity in a diverse and changing world.

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Department Chair        

Eric Camburn
Professor
Educational Leadership & Policy Analysis
253D Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53706
608-263-3697
camburn@wisc.edu


Spotlight ELPA Faculty        

The American Council on Education-commissioned report  titled, “Education Deserts: The Continued Significance of ‘Place’ in the Twenty-First Century,” submitted by Nick Hillman, ELPA Assistant Professor and Taylor Wichman, ELPA PhD student, explores how where students live affects their options for attending college.  nwhillman  

Professor Carolyn Kelley awarded grant to further develop 'Seminar in the Politics of Education'. 

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ELPA Professor Julie Mead co-authored a paper entitled

Are We Heading Toward a Charter School 'Bubble'?: Lessons from the Subprime Mortgage Crisis

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ELPA Associate Professor Xueli Wang and Hsun-yu Chan Chan, a postdoctoral research associate in WCER are the co-authors of a report that was recently published by the journal Community College Review. The article is titled, “Interact for What? The Relationship Between Interpersonal Interaction Based on Motivation and Educational Outcomes Among Students in Manufacturing Programs at Two-Year Technical Colleges.”   xueli_wang_150px  
ELPA Associate Professor Pete Miller 
honored by Joining Forces for Families
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NEW BOOK

Authentic Intellectual Work
Improving Teaching for Rigorous Learning


M. Bruce King

ELPA Faculty Associate


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ELPA ​Associate Professor Xueli Wang will be
participating in a national symposium examining
“hard-to-measure” skills on Dec. 16 in Washington, D.C.  
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ELPA Assistant Professor Nicholas Hillman featured in the Chronicle article  “How to Talk to Regular People About What’s Happening to College Prices.”    nwhillman  
Laura Lang, WILA leadership coach and ELPA adjunct professor in K12 Master's Cohort, co-authored Academic Vocabulary in Middle and High School Effective Practices across the Disciplines  9781462522583  
The Wisconsin Collaborative Education Research Network is one of thirty-five social innovations that has made the 2015 M List.Madison Magazine’s M List is a who’s who of organizations and individuals who are having an impact on our local culture and economy. WCERN-Richard-Halverson-jpg
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Associate Professor Rachelle Winkle-Wagner elected ​to ASHE Board of Directors.  winklewagner  
An Interview with Professor Clifton F. Conrad
Cultivating Inquiry-Driven Learners 
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     ​Faculty Publications

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The 20th-Year Anniversary of Critical Race Theory in Education
Implications for Leading to Eliminate Racism

  Bruce King
Authentic Intellectual Work
Improving Teaching for Rigorous Learning

  Colleen Capper and Michael P. O'Malley
A Measure of the Quality of Educational Leadership 
Programs for Social Justice: Integrating LGBTIQ Identities 
Into Principal Preparation

 Colleen Capper
The 20th-Year Anniversary of Critical Race Theory in 
Education: Implications for Leading to Eliminate Racism

  Clifton Conrad ​and Marybeth Gasman To Educate a Diverse Nation, Topple the Ivory Tower

  Julie F. Mead and Maria M. Lewis 
The Implications of the Use of Parental Choice as a Legal “Circuit Breaker”

  John Diamond

Lewis, Amanda, John B. Diamond, & Tyrone Forman. (2015). Conundrums of Integration: Desegregation in the context of Racial Hierarchy. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 1: 22-36.

  John Diamond
Diamond, John B. & James P. Huguley (2014) "Testing the Oppositional Culture Explanation in Desegregated Suburban Schools: The Impact of Racial Differences in Achievement Orientations on Academic Performance" Social Forces. 93 (2): 747-777

  Julie F. Mead
Private in Name Only: A Statutory and Constitutional Analysis of Milwaukee’s Private School Voucher Program, 21 Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice 331 (2015).
http://scholarlycommons.law.wlu.edu/crsj/vol21/iss2/6/

  Julie F. Mead
The Right to an Education or the Right to Shop for Schooling: Examining Voucher Programs in Relation to State Constitutional Guarantees, 42 Fordham Urban Law Journal 703 (2015).

  John Diamond
Despite the Best Intentions

  Clifton Conrad
Unsettle, and Enrich, the Public Discourse on Higher Education 

  Clifton Conrad 
Educating a Diverse Nation
Lessons from Minority Serving Institutions

  Peter Goff 
Changing principals’ leadership through feedback and coaching.
Journal of Educational Administration52(5), 682-704.
Goff, P., Edward Guthrie, J., Goldring, E., & Bickman, L. (2014). 

  Nicholas Hillman 
Public Policy and Higher Education: Strategies for Framing a Research Agenda

  Xueli Wang
Pathway to a Baccalaureate in STEM Fields Are Community Colleges a Viable Route and Does Early STEM Momentum Matter?

SPOTLIGHT

     Announcements

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Paul Bredeson

ELPA Emeritus Faculty 
Sadly passed away on February 9, 2016.

Your ELPA family, friends and all those whose lives you touched will forever remember your smile, your contagious laugh, and your zest for life.




ELPA Awarded student
      Fellowship/Scholarship Competition

         SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AWARDED 

          Fellowship/Award Competition

for the Academic Year 2016-2017
                    FOR SUMMER 2016
Open February 1 – March 15, 2016



    Alumni & Students

 bakken CONGRATULATIONS!!!
Turina Bakken, ELPA PhD Alum, selected as a recipient of The Chair Academy’s 2016 International Exemplary Leadership Award. This award recognizes the ability to advance academic and administrative leadership at your organization. 
 tgrtgreeneen Leading for Urban School Reform and Community Development by Terrance Green, ELPA PhD Alumnus, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin. 
mamechi Mauriell Amechi
(ELPA PhD Student) 
co-authored a chapter entitled, "Understanding
the Unique Needs and Experiences of Black
Male Subgroups at Four-Year Colleges and
Universities," in the book, Advancing Black
Male Student Success from Preschool through PhD
,
 which was released in early October.   
 kevin anderson Kevin Anderson, who received his Ph.D. in 2012, has been selected to receive the School of Education's 2015-16 Outstanding Recent Graduate Award. Kevin currently serves as the Science Education Consultant at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.  
 SEANFRAIZER Sean Fraizer, Associate V.P./Director of Athletics at Northern Illinois University and ELPA Ph.D.
student, launched a video series on intercollegiate athletics. Take a look at Fraizer's Corner.  
marialewis Assistant Professor at Penn State, and ELPA alumna Dr. Maria Lewis was the 2015 recipient of the dissertation of the year awarded by the Education Law Association and the Joseph C. Beckham Dissertation of the Year Committee. Her dissertation was titled “Navigating the grey area: A review of a school district’s documentation of the relationship between disability and student misconduct”.   
 mccurtis ELPA alumna Bridget R. McCurtis delivered a closing keynote talk October 9th  at the International Colloquium for Black Males event in Kingston, Jamaica.
 Leticia-Smith-Evans-225x300 Leticia S.E. Haynes, ELPA Alumni, selected as new Vice President for Institutional Diversity & Equity at Williams College, Williamstown, MA.   
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ELPA Ph.D. student, Mauriell H. Amechi, Director of the Community Outreach, Retention and Engagement (CORE) Program at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities was featured as a guest on the 2015 Emmy-nominated show Urban Perspectives. The September 20th episode focused on “Educating Our Communities” and showcased K-16 pipeline initiatives in Minneapolis and St. Paul. 
 charleston-lavar2  LaVar Charleston, Ph.D. ELPA Alumnus and Assistant Director at the Wisconsin’s Equity & Inclusion Laboratory (Wei LAB) leads workshops at Eastern Michigan’s BrotherHOOD Scholars Program. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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