Indian Leadership Education and Development (I LEAD) Project
The purpose of the I LEAD project is to recruit, educate, certify and place American Indian educators into administrative positions in schools with high populations of Native American students. The program will result in the award of a Masters degree in Educational Leadership and certification as a school principal. The curriculum focuses instruction on local school improvement initiatives through problem-based learning assignments. Each candidate will be assigned a mentor who is an experienced administrator in schools with high populations of Native American students. Classes will be delivered during the school year using computer-based instruction and summer classes held on the MSU campus at Bozeman, Montana. All participants must agree to serve as administrators in schools serving Native American children for a period of time equal to the length of their education and training.
- I LEAD Principal Preparation Information (M.Ed.)
- I LEAD Superintendent Preparation Information (Ed.S or Ed.D.)
- Participant Agreement
If you wish to receive more information about the ILEAD program, please contact Dr. Bill Ruff at 406-994-4182, or email at [email protected]