Dr. Shirley Sealy, Assistant Professor of Education & Director of Administration and Supervision, was recently published in the Palmetto Administrator and Medium.com.
Her article explores the importance of the relationship between university students enrolled in an administration and supervision program, and the principals who agree to serve as their internship mentors.
From the article:
“One of the true joys of my career is the privilege to observe and vicariously participate in the relationships that evolve over time between my students and their assigned school-based mentors.”
Read the full article here.