The Center for Leadership and Learning
(A Center for Innovation and 21st Century Partnerships)


Our vision is to develop leadership capacity at all levels for a future that constantly redefines itself.

Our mission is to prepare and to promote interdisciplinary school leadership teams who work collaboratively to enhance the learning of students and educators, as well as the overall effectiveness of schools. This mission will be accomplished through the cultivation of authentic professional learning communities, the conferment of advanced degrees, the pursuit and dissemination of action research, and the initiation and strengthening of twenty-first century partnerships designed to inform decision- and policymakers at the local, state, and national levels.

Revised: September, 2014



LEAD21 Winter 2015 Seminar


LEAD21 Cohorts I & II at the Winter 2015 Seminar.  Also pictured are the Center for Leadership and Learning faculty members and guest speaker, Ben Shuldiner of Hunter College, CUNY.


  Shareholder Meeting:  9/24/14

Current students, former students and faculty members in the Arkansas Tech University Center for Leadership and Learning (CLL) gathered on Wednesday, Sept. 24, for a shareholder meeting to assess the past, present and future of the center's academic programs.  See the Arkansas Tech News Article HERE
  Ed.D in School Leadership
A change in the role and scope of the University was approved, along with the program proposal for a Doctorate in School Leadership, by the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) Coordinating Board on July 25. Plans to accept our first doctoral cohort in the Summer of 2015 are underway. Please contact the Center for Leadership and Learning for more information at (479) 356-2001.