Course DescriptionAspiring leaders will learn the importance of modeling and behaving in ways that demonstrate professionalism, ethics, integrity, justice, and equity to cultivate a safe and productive learning and working environment. This course addresses a variety of management and learning environment elements including: operations and facilities, plans and procedures; school and district climate; and fiscal and human resources. Participants learn ethical decision-making strategies that will help identify personal and institutional biases that derive from educational disadvantage and/or discrimination. Participants will also learn reflective practice in order to continuously improve and be up-to-date with educational research, literature, and best practices.
This note is for Alum Rock Unified School District (ARUSD) PASC program candidates
The course section ARUSD 634-MON only open to candidates enrolled in the Alum Rock Unified School District (ARUSD) PASC program. If you have been accepted into this specific program and are unable to enroll, please contact an advisor at (408) 453-6740 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, all other enrolled candidates in our PASC program may enroll in one of the other section options available.
Enrolled candidates for course section ARUSD 634-MON must have an approved application for the ARUSD PASC program.