UCONN Magazine: Class Action

Trying to keep students safe while providing them a decent education, school administrators these days are bombarded by questions of privacy and equity that increasingly land them in court. It’s almost like you need a law degree to be a principal these days.

By Stefanie Dion Jones ’00 (CLAS)
Illustrations by Alex Nabaum

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Neag School Receives Grant to Support School Administrators in Strengthening Family, School, and Community Engagement

UConn’s Neag School of Education has been awarded a $20,700, four-month planning grant from the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving to support a collaborative, research-based process to augment their UConn Administrator Preparation Program (UCAPP) for aspiring school principals and intermediate managers.

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