Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Fall 2008

Abstract

The importance of field experiences in educational leadership was well documented in literature. However, scholars and practitioners disagreed on how field experiences should be provided to achieve the greatest effect. On the other hand, practicum efficiency and effectiveness were not assessed in the last ten years. Therefore, this study was designed to explore how field experiences are offered in the educational leadership programs (Master of Education and Add-On Program) in Georgia. Through data analysis, the researchers shared their observation of how field experiences in educational leadership could be enhanced in Georgia. Although the study was conducted in Georgia, the findings have nationwide implications.

Journal

Contemporary Issues in Education Research

Journal ISSN

1940-5847

Volume

1

Issue

4

First Page

35

Last Page

42

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