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The Baylor Impact is published quarterly by the Baylor School of Education.

The Baylor Impact
School of Education
Baylor University
One Bear Place #97304
Waco, TX 76798-7304

(254) 710-3111
BaylorImpact@baylor.edu


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"Brandon Cope personifies the four competencies valued highly in all Baylor University graduates. He acts, leads, and interacts with others based on his Christian perspectives. He models those perspectives as the Principal of Crestview Elementary School. Brandon thinks critically about the needs of his students and colleagues and then addresses those needs with compassion, care, and common sense. He communicates clearly and effectively in ways that are appropriate to the subject and audience. Finally, his actions are based on personal and professional commitments to global leadership and service to others.

Brandon Cope understands that truly effective leaders seek to serve before they aspire to lead. He is also very intelligent---which is helpful. In my opinion, Mr. Cope represents the best of Baylor."

Robert C. Cloud. Ed.D

Chairman of Educational Administration Department
Baylor School of Education


"I remember Brandon as focused, goal oriented and eager to take on the challenges of campus leadership as an assistant principal. He embraced the challenge and looked forward to the interview process. Another assignment in class was to write an opinion editorial for a newspaper. He wrote passionately about the necessity of involving parents in the education of their children, by closing the editorial with '™Parents you are the key and we need your help.' The editorial was published in the Waco Tribune Herald."

John Wilson, Ph.D.

Clinical Professor, Educational Administration
Baylor School of Education


"I recently visited Brandon at his school---his first principalship. He looked great---poised, confident, caring, and in charge. Brandon was a leader of leaders in his classes at Baylor during his Master Degree program. He is well prepared for great things. Students are fortunate to have such an astute and caring leader taking care of them at their school. We wish him, and all our graduates, much success."

Mary Ann Jordan, Ed.D.

Clinical Faculty Member, Educational Administration
Principal Certification Program Coordinator
Baylor School of Education



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