ELOC 440 LEADERSHIP IN HUM. RESOURCES
During this course students will understand the historical role of the educational leader in supervision and personnel management, understand the significant supervision and teaching research initiatives in public education over the past 40 years, recognize the role politics plays in school supervision and personnel management, and know the legal requirements for teacher evaluation and collective bargaining processes in Illinois. Students will also understand the latest trends and best practices in teacher evaluation and supervision, recognize how successful educational administrators positively impact school improvement and student learning and understand employee recruitment and selection processes.
There are no prerequisites listed for this course.
Admission to Educational Leasership Prog.