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UMKC School of Education Announces Programming Changes in Northland

November 27th, 2012 · No Comments · Academic programs, Academic units, Administration, Community Connections, Divisions, Departments and Centers, Faculty

[The following was provided by the Office of Public Relations.]

The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Education is modifying the content and the delivery sites of its programming in Kansas City, North to better serve the needs of Northland educators and school districts.

Beginning spring semester 2013, coursework for new and existing students will be offered in North Kansas City School District buildings that offer the most convenience, as well as sufficient space for UMKC programming. An agreement has been reached to conduct courses at Golden Oaks Education Center at 3100 46th St. Students enrolled in courses at UMKC’s Northland Center will continue to attend classes at the current location through the end of fall semester 2012.

The Northland changes presage additional outreach programs the School of Education is considering.

During the transition, Rob Leachman, Ed.D., program director for the Northland at the School of Education, will become the director of continuing and professional education for the School of Education.

 

For additional details, visit the http://www.umkc.edu/news/news-release.asp?id=1315.

 

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