EDLE 707 - Seminar in Legal Issues, Critical Race Theory, and Professional Ethics
Credit Hours: 3
Lecture Hours: 3
Lab Hours: 0
This course focuses on Legal Issues and Professional Ethics of particular concern to education policy-makers and central office school administrators. Federal and North Carolina school law will be included with attention given both to theoretical and practical concerns. This course also focuses on critical race theory as a critique of racism and the law in U.S. society and discusses its current applications to education policy and research in K-12 schooling and higher education; looks at how critical race theory can be used as a methodological lens for policy analysis and educational research; examines the social aspects of leadership in moral terms. This course will have an emphasis on legal issues and professional ethics in the K12 setting.
Prerequisite: Must be admitted to the EDD degree program.
EDLE 720, EDLE 723, and EDLE 730
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