The University of Connecticut Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP) is a school leadership preparation program in the Neag School of Education. UCAPP’s mission is to prepare highly qualified school leaders to promote equity and excellence in schools throughout Connecticut.
This is a series of articles profiling the University of Connecticut’s efforts to strengthen its principal training program. The university is one of seven institutions participating in The Wallace Foundation’s University Principal Preparation Initiative (UPPI), which seeks to help improve training of future principals so they are better prepared to ensure quality instruction and schools. […][Read More]
EDLR-affiliated superintendents, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez and Michael Conner are featured in the Time article on education during COVID-19.[Read More]
Dr. Richard Gonzales authors report on Neag School’s plan to improve its principal training program and equip new administrators to lead today’s schools. Read the full Wallace Foundation Blog.[Read More]
Dr. Sarah Woulfin authors reports on Neag School’s plan to improve its principal preparation program through redesigning the curriculum. Read the full Wallace Foundation Blog.[Read More]
6-17th - EDLR 5401, Principalship & Administration of Educational Organizations
13-17th - EDLR 5407, Contemporary Ed Policy
20-31st - EDLR 5402, Human Development for School Leaders