Brian Sloan, Ph.D.
Department of Leadership and Administration
Dr. Brian Sloan has focused his research on Indiana school construction, remonstrance law, and the various impacts school construction can have on the community. Additionally, he has served in elementary education for the past 27 years, including teaching at the elementary level for nine years. He has been an elementary principal since 2001.
Dr. Sloan has been blessed with a loving wife, Kristi, and two wonderful daughters, Kourtney and Katie Grace. He enjoys spending any free time he has with his immediate family and extended family and friends. His hobbies include muscle cars, one of which he owns, maintains, and drives, as well as construction, building and remodeling projects. He also enjoys music and attending concerts with his wife and traveling with all of his girls.
Doctorate in Educational Administration
Bachelor's in Elementary Education
Ball State University
Master's in Administration
University of Notre Dame
- Educational leadership
- Impact of school construction
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership Master of Education
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M.Ed. in Educational Leadership Florida Licensure Master of Education
The program is aligned with Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL) for effective leadership and is designed to create culturally aware and competent administrators.
Texas M.Ed. in Educational Leadership Master of Education
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