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Bradford AllisonCalifornia State University - Los Angeles
I began teaching at CSULA after a career as a social studies teacher, high school principal and urban superintendent. I have taught as an adjunct at the University of Wisconsin, National University, the University of New Mexico and UCLA. Since 2007, I have taught most courses in the Educational Leadership program. I have been involved in committee work at the division, college, university and chancellor level. My outside work includes publishing, editing and leading in professional organizations.
The relationship of neuro scientific based learning to learning system design is of most interest to me. I care deeply about leadership preparation, university resistance to change, nutrition aided learning, use of technology to improve learner led learning and future casting. I hope to merge the teaching work of educational leadership with relevant subjects in other colleges at this university.
My research includes work on age bias in teacher selection, leadership preparation, improving department efficiencies, drop out prevention, system equity analysis and decentralization of district operations. I have also written on teacher dismissal.
PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
|Embracing Change: A New Role for Professors of Educational Administration||2010|
|Learner Led Leadership: A Comparative Analysis of Traditional and Online Leadership in an Urban University||2010|
|The Warrior Eduerati||2009|
|Creating the Eduerati: Professorial Leadership to Create k-12 System Change||2009|
|The Unfolding Intergenerational Education Policy Conflict Between Baby Boomers and Urban Minority Children||2008|
PH.D Educational Administration 1981
- University of Wisconsin-Madison
MS Educational Leadership 1978
- University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
BA History 1969
- Carthage College
|Course||Course Title||Day & Time||Room||Quarter|
|566 A and B-01||Management||June and August||Off Campus||Summer 2011|
|567 A and B-01||Finance||June and August||Off Campus||Summer 2011|