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Intercampus Collaboration: Reframing the Education of School Leaders

International Journal of Educational Management

ISSN: 0951-354X

Article publication date: 1 May 1992



Describes the newly established California State University, Fresno and University of California, Davis, joint doctoral programme in educational leadership which prepares students to conduct and interpret enquiries for which sound educational policy and practice are anchored. The unique features of this programme are: (1) an intercampus “graduate group” of faculty that offers group membership to qualified faculty from several campuses of the University of California and California State University, Fresno. Graduate groups follow the University of California tradition of faculty governance in matters of group membership, student admission and curriculum; (2) no other joint doctorates in the state of California are multi‐campus; (3) the planners of this doctoral programme recognized that admitted students would probably be full‐time employed, experienced leaders. This programme requires the employers of applicants to commit to release time as a condition of admission; and (4) all core courses are co‐written and co‐taught by UC and CSU, Fresno faculty. Notes the benefits of this programme to the institutions, faculty and students.



Papalewis, R. and Minnis, D.L. (1992), "Intercampus Collaboration: Reframing the Education of School Leaders", International Journal of Educational Management, Vol. 6 No. 5.




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