Yale Announces New Center and Program To Educate Public School Leaders in District Management

A $100 million gift will start a new center and master's program at Yale that aims to reimagine how management in public schools can improve student performance.

From news.yale.edu. Photo credit: Dan Renzetti

A new graduate program at Yale will provide exciting opportunities for public education leaders.

With a $100 million donation, the Yale School of Management (SOM) will open The Broad Center in 2020,  designed "to develop innovative teaching and research programs devoted to strengthening the leadership of America’s public school systems."

The university will create a tuition-free master's program for "emerging education leaders, advanced leadership training for top school system executives, and an extensive research endeavor aimed at assembling the premier collection of data on public education leadership."

"The Broad Center at Yale SOM will become a platform for reimagining how skilled management practices can improve the performance of public school districts and thereby create benefits for schools, students, teachers, administrators, and communities across the country," according to a story about the gift and creation of The Broad Center on the Yale website

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