Rendy Koeppel DMLC ’81, principal at St. Paul/
First-North Hollywood, left the MLC MS-Education program—to enroll in the MS-Educational Administration program instead.
“WELS educators need to be at the top of their game to best serve students and families,” he says. “This program helps me as an administrator to improve and better serve my Lord, my school, my congregation, and our synod.”
According to Initiative 1.6, the MS-Educational Administration degree will evolve into the exclusive means of training principals and ECE directors, replacing other less comprehensive training programs.
“This program focuses on the unique needs of WELS principals and ECE directors, who are more than simply administrators,” says Dr. John Meyer DMLC ’87, program director. “They’re a combination of principal, superintendent, and spiritual leader.”