The instructor will teach students to
- explain the concept of federalism from a constitutional, institutional, and administrative point of view.
- differentiate between the states’ relationship to the national government (coequal sovereign entities) and the states’ relationship with municipalities (a relationship of dependency).
- illustrate how programs conceived at the national level are administered at the local level.
- read a public law that creates a program, examine how another level of governance conceived of a plan for implementation, critique it and perhaps devise a further plan for implementation at yet another level of governance.
- differentiate between different types of grants-in-aid and be able to explain how different types — categorical, block grants, general revenue sharing, and New Federalism— affect how administrators are able to perform their tasks.
- analyze the respective, and often competing, interests of different units of governance, and be able to develop a workable plan of action given that context.
PhD preferred, master’s degree minimum, in related subject. Experience teaching adult students in an urban, multicultural, setting. Experience teaching online course sections, preferably using the Moodle learning management system. Professional experience related to subject matter. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, place the job title in subject line or Human Resources Department, Metropolitan College of New York, 60 West Street, New York, NY 10006.
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