Ed.D. in Educational Leadership for Social Justice

Loyola Marymount, School of Education is pleased to offer the opportunity for Graduate Fellowships made possible through the Center for Equity for English Learners (CEEL). CEEL Fellows are expected to become university research partners and must be committed to being full time students. Selected fellows will assist the Director and Coordinator of CEEL with a variety of projects related to educational research and professional development. CEEL Fellows will be involved in research study in Biliteracy, Language Development, Teacher Efficacy, Teacher Preparation, Multiculturalism, Dual Language Learners, Early Childhood Education, and Educational Leadership.

CEEL Fellows must meet all admission requirements as set forth by Loyola Marymount University. Candidates for the Fellowship must first be accepted to the University program. Fellowships are awarded based on available funding. Contact us for more information.

Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice, Ed.D.

A unique and important program, LMU's Doctorate in Educational Leadership for Social Justice focuses on incorporating social equity into education. The program aims to produce advocates who recognize the need to redesign under-resourced institutions and create realistic solutions for difficult or systematic problems. With the help of LMU's top-notch faculty, students study research, leadership, and ethical teaching skills. They also create new knowledge that has the capacity to effect change. Participants in this program will be part of a collaboration cohort and will engage in integrated research.

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