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The Superintendent's Network is a cooperative alliance between Longwood and the PreK-12 school divisions, Southside Virginia Community College, regional education networks, and public and private higher education institutions in Southside Virginia. Superintendents, administrators, and designated personnel from each constituent organization in Region 8 meet with Longwood University administrators and professors at least twice each academic year.
The Professional Educators Council provides the leadership and forum that brings the College of Education & Human Services and the College of Arts & Sciences together to facilitate communication across all education programs and cements the unit as one academic community.
The Professional Educators Council (PEC) was formed in Fall 2002 to provide a forum for all Longwood University faculty members involved in preparing professional educators to discuss and make recommendations to the deans of the two colleges regarding policy, procedures, and issues involved in educator preparation.
As members of the Dean Student Advisory Council, undergraduate and graduate students are the official student spokespeople for the College. Participants in this program are afforded an opportunity for enhancing professional growth, for interfacing with leaders from across the Longwood community, and for enhancing their public relation skills. The mission of DSAC is to advise the Dean of the College of Education and Human Services in all matters related to student affairs in the College.