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Executive Educational Leadership students wear hardhats for hands-on learning

Executive Educational Leadership students, March 19
Photo: Heather Williams

From “hardhat” to “hands-on”, Boise State Executive Educational Leadership students learned about school construction and facilities management in Vallivue School District last week.

Real-world activities like these site construction visits help students experience relevant content and learning on their journey to become the next generation of education leaders. The Executive Educational Leadership program prepares candidates for Idaho Superintendent Certification and central office leadership positions. The innovative program is cohort-based over five semesters, and the schedule is designed to be working-professional friendly allowing for full-time employment.

Thanks to Vallivue School District, and other program partners Beniton Construction and Design West Architects, students were able to see and apply their program content in new and practical ways.

Learn more about the Executive Educational Leadership program