Administration & Supervision
Are you ready to advance into a leadership position in your school or school division? Do you want to have a broader impact on education in your community, and are passionate about equity and educational opportunities for all children?
If you are, we’re looking for applicants who are:
- Committed to serving students
- High energy and enthusiastic
- Instructionally grounded
AND ready to be change agents.
At Curry, we understand that it takes extraordinary commitment to become effective leaders in education. Partnering together, our students and faculty work diligently to seek solutions to the current challenges facing educational leaders at the elementary and secondary levels.
Our classes are places where educators can reflect on educational institutions as they are, and envision what they could become. American schools serve diverse populations, and we believe it is necessary to weave issues of diversity and equity throughout out coursework so that leaders can create optimal learning environments for all children.
Our A&S program is ranked #1 in the state of Virginia and #8 in the country by US News & World Report.
We have a proven track record in developing top-tier education leaders.
Students in the Administration and Supervision program are invited to be part of shaping the future of educational institutions in the U.S through joining Curry’s dynamic community of learning. It is our goal to pursue creative solutions to educational challenges through our research, teaching, and service to the field of education.
Join the group of leaders who are bringing fresh perspectives and real improvements to education.
Congratulations to Curry School alumnus James Lane for being chosen the 2017 VA Superintendent of the Year! "I'm honored to represent the many deserving colleagues that we have in Virginia and am so humbled to have been chosen by superintendents that I admire and those that inspire me. I truly want to thank the Curry School of Education for the amazing education I received to prepare me to become a superintendent."
Proud Host of the University Council for Educational Administration