The CAPEA Heritage Project is a collection of resources pertaining to the "educational administration" profession. Included among these resources are: (a) instructional modules, (b) theories and supporting data, (c) practitioner stories, (d) case studies, and (e) simulations. These materials represent some of the best practices and thinking in the profession (our heritage).

Contributions are organized as they are accepted chronologically in accord with the following outline of the knowledge base in educational administration.

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1.  Historical,Social, Cultural, and Philosophical Foundations 

2.  Research Methods

3.  Learning Theory

4.  Curriculum

5.  Student Services

6.  Administration of Special Programs

7.  Personnel

8.  Educational Management

9.  Educational Leadership

10.  Human Relations

11.  Organizational Change

12.  Site-based Leadership, including the Principalship

13.  School Law

14.  School Business and Finance

15.  School Public Relations

  • "Taking School Community Relations Up a Notch" (practitioner story), Robert E. Kladifko
  • 16.  School Facilities

    17.  District Leadership

    18.  Educational Leadership Preparation

  • "A Word to Those Considering a Career as a Professor," Diane Yerkes
  • "The Changing Role of Higher Education in School Administration Collaborative Training and Partnerships," Clifford E. Tyler and Dorothy Singleton
  • 19.  Technology Leadership

    20.  International Education Topics


    Submitting Materials

    Send materials (ideas and theories (with supporting data), opinion pieces, instructional modules, case studies and simulations, and practitioner stories) in Microsoft Word format to the CAPEA Historian (Dr. Randall Lindsey:

    Submission implies that the material has not previously been published, and that it is only being submitted for publication in the CAPEA Heritage Project.

    Follow the style of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition).

    Indicate the domain or domains (listed above) to which the material most closely pertains.

    The material will be reviewed, and authors will be notified whether the material has been accepted, whether further editing is required, or whether the material has not been accepted for inclusion in this Heritage Project. These decisions may be appealed to a committee of three CAPEA assistant editors, and their decision is final.