School of Education and Leadership
Office of the Dean: (650) 508-3701
The School of Education and Leadership aspires to develop community leaders, teacher leaders, and administrative leaders. We expand each student's capacity to reflect our core values: development of the whole person, ability to work in a collaborative community, and commitment to a just society. These core values involve developing our students' ability to communicate with others, to collaborate with others, and to reach out to others. They reflect our goal of developing our own talents and drawing out the talent of others. They focus on social issues, equity issues, and self-development. In keeping with the NDNU Mission Statement, we commit ourselves to building a student-centered environment that respects the richness of diversity in the human population. We value each student as a person, respect each student as a lifelong learner, and appreciate each student as a rich resource for other learners. We seek to highlight the centrality of the social dimension of learning, particularly for teachers and administrators who work in schools and other areas of public service.
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