Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities program

The Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities (Ed.D.) program The Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities (Ed.D.) program is designed to prepare teachers, school administrators, related educational professionals and future professors for instructional leadership roles that embrace diversity, social justice and equity.

Through intensive study of leadership, curriculum and instruction, graduates will offer their unique scholarly and collaborative contributions to the advancement of curricular and instructional leadership.

Our graduate education programs are delivered in a blended format, which are part of Molloy's flexible learning opportunities initiative.

Earn your Ed.D., your way.

Cohort-based
program

Convenient Friday evening
and Saturday courses

Hybrid courses offered
for flexibility

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The broad-based goals of the program are to prepare educational leaders and advocates who possess:

  • Knowledge of leadership, diversity and advocacy for equity education
  • Knowledge of various research methods, data collection and assessment techniques
  • The ability to communicate research findings and inform issues of diversity
  • Skills and dispositions for ethical decision making for issues in equity, diversity and public policy
  • Vision, pedagogical knowledge and critical thinking skills to question and challenge inequities in schools and communities
  • Understanding, appreciation and respect for the value of collaborative approaches to problem-solving, leadership and action research
  • Skills and competency to think locally and globally to build partnerships, share leadership techniques and demonstrate integrity of the highest magnitude in order to effect change.

Graduates of the Educational Leadership for Diverse Learning Communities (Ed.D.) program are prepared to:

  • Serve as leaders in advancing the field of education for diverse learners through practitioner-oriented authentic research, collaborative inquiry and policy analysis
  • Participate fully in diverse educational communities to promote the creation of knowledge that advocates for reform initiatives in equity education
  • Generate, test and extend knowledge through research and theory development and disseminate the findings to directly impact schooling and education
  • Influence educational policy to advance best practices at the local, regional, state and national levels
  • Integrate research in educational equity with practice through coursework, fieldwork, dissertation writing, publication and active membership in scholarly, professional organizations
  • Embrace the Molloy College hallmark of the Four Pillars of the Dominican Tradition of study, spirituality, service and community
  • Support the ideals of educational reform, collaboration and change through the stewardship of teaching and leading
  • Examine educational service delivery models and determine if they are fair, equitable and just
  • Develop the strategies to foster shared decision making and build teacher capacity to support student learning needs in diverse communities
  • Initiate and advance approaches to develop research that informs instruction and determines best practices for student achievement

  

Molloy By the numbers

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Money magazine's # 1”Value All-Star” in the nation

comprehensive degree-granting institution

10:1

Molloy’s undergraduate student-faculty ratio

means our students are key

15%

Our tuition is 15% lower than other

private, 4-year colleges on L.I.

69%

Of seniors participate in a co-op, practicum

clinical assignment or internship

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Dr. Andrea Honigsfeld
1000 Hempstead Avenue Wilbur Arts Center Room 102 Rockville Centre, New York 11571-5002

516.323.3166

ahonigsfeld@molloy.edu