For CAPEA these responses also provide a framework for continuing the work of the organization in this important area.
CAPEA members' responses provided a range of suggestions that indicated their programs of educational leadership preparation could create ways to address issues of inequity in schools.
Responses were gathered from the Spring 2006 CAPEA conference attendees regarding ways that administrator preparation programs can promote and emphasize leading for equity.
The intent of this paper is to stimulate discussion and action on the part of CAPEA members and institutions and to examine closely their leadership preparation programs in light of the continuing inequity of achievement in California schools.
CAPEA is an organization which is committed to developing school leaders who have the best interests of our students at heart and to preparing leaders to be meaningful participants in a global society.
CAPEA will be hosting the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) next summer from July 29 to August 1, 2008, at the Kona Kai Resort in San Diego.
CAPEA is celebrating its 19th year of the journal, Educational Leadership and Administration: Teaching and Program Development.
I attended and presented CCTE updates at each of the CAPEA
conferences during those years.
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