Center for Educational Leadership
Director Deborah Morin Ph.D
The Center for Educational Leadership at Cleveland State University was established in February 2008 to develop and sustain inspired leaders for today’s schools. The Center creates and provides relevant and innovative leadership development and licensure programs for educators in the Cleveland Metropolitan area, the state of Ohio, and across the country. The Center aims to recruit and select educators who have the motivation and talent to make systemic change in their schools and organizations. Today’s schools present their leaders with challenges unlike those of the past. Students, families, and communities are experiencing dwindling resources, broken support systems, and general instability. Conditions such as these pose great risks to the learning success of school age children. The Center aims to become a destination place for cultivating inspired and competent school leaders as well as a resource for university faculty interests and research.
The Center for Educational Leadership seeks to capture the highest quality of energy, talent, and resources to build leadership capacity across the region and beyond. The Center offers the following alternative pathways to principal licensure and leadership development programs.
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- PRAXIS II Test Dates and Testing Centers: Register for the PRAXIS II
- TEST CODE is 0411 Educational Leadership: Administration & Supervision
- SCORE RECIPIENT CODE to designate CSU to receive a copy of the exam is R1221
Cleveland State University
College of Education and Human Services
Counseling, Administration, Supervision, and Adult Learning
2121 Euclid Avenue
Julka Hall 275
Cleveland, OH 44115
2485 Euclid Avenue
Julka Hall 275
Phone: 216- 875-9912
Deborah Morin, Ph.D.