The Department of Leadership, Language and Curriculum is a multidisciplinary academic body that aims to fully prepare urban multicultural professional practitioners and leaders to work in a variety of educational and community settings. Practitioners who complete a course of study offered by our department will contribute to their respective fields, balance theory with practice, consider multiple points of view in decision making, promote positive transformations in the settings in which they are engaged, and continue to function as life long learners. The practitioner’s professional role is shaped by ongoing reflection and positive engagement with the individual, the community, and the larger sociopolitical realities. The preparation we offer practitioners demonstrates our commitment to social justice, critical pedagogy, and positive educational transformation. The disciplines in the Department address these themes from a variety of perspectives that include language and culture, curriculum theory and development, and educational leadership in administration and supervision.
The following graduate programs are offered at Lincoln Park:
- M.A or M.Ed. in Bilingual Bicultural Education
- M.A or M.Ed. in Curriculum Studies
- M.A or M.Ed. in Educational Leadership
- Ed.D in Curriculum Studies, Early Childhood Education, and Educational Leadership