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SUNY College of Technology at Farmingdale

James P. Honan, Barbara Moody, and Lewison Lem

In the early 1990's, SUNY-Farmingdale revises its mission from a two-year agricultural school to a four-year college of technology, in order to secure its place in the SUNY system.

SUNY College of Technology at Farmingdale (A)

James P. Honan and Lewison Lem


Building a Pipeline of Diverse Educational Leaders
Irvin Leon Scott and Joiselle Cunningham

Black and Latinx leaders within the American education sector remain underrepresented when considering the growing numbers of Black and Latinx students enrolled in U.S. public schools. This case describes the development and early growth of Surge, a program designed to bridge that gap by accelerating the career trajectories of promising leaders of color in education.

The Arthroscopy Seminar

UCLA Extension's previously successful Arthroscopy Seminar is facing declining enrollments, more competition, and reduced revenues.

The Board Leads the Way

Creating and Implementing a Reform Strategy in Houston
Donald R. McAdams, Betsy Broyles Breier, and Dan Katzir

“The Board Leads the Way: Creating and Implementing a Reform Strategy in Houston” is the first of a two-part series that describes the board’s role in designing and implementing a reform strategy for the Houston Independent School District.

The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (A)

In the early morning hours of November 18, 1999, Texas A&M University experienced a catastrophic event that quickly became one of the biggest media stories of the year.

The Bonfire Collapse at Texas A&M University (B)

In the aftermath of an unprecedented and tragic event that had captured the nation’s attention, Texas A&M President Ray Bowen was responsible for deciding the optimal form and substance of what was sure to be a closely-watched and emotionally-charged investigation of the bonfire collapse

The Campaign for Spelman College

Bryan McAllister-Grande

At the close of her presidency, Spelman College President Beverly Tatum reflects on one of her many notable accomplishments, The Campaign for Spelman College.

The Grand Experiment

Philadelphia Tries a New Way to Reform Its Schools
Nancy Broner, Lynn Jenkins, Donald R. McAdams, and Dan Katzir

“The Grand Experiment: Philadelphia Tries a New Way to Reform Its Schools” spans the years 2000 to 2011, the era of the School Reform Commission, a small, powerful board appointed by the governor and mayor, and the superintendencies of two outsized personalities, Paul Vallas and Arlene Ackerman.

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