- Developed and directed the Education Specialist degree in School Administration
- Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
- Planning Projects
- Developing Projects
- Empowering Urban Education for Community Development
F. James Clatworthy, Ph.D. is Clatworthy is a veteran U.S. Forest Service Smokejumper, was selected as a N.D.E.A.
Fellow at the University of Michigan,
served as a Research Fellow at the University of Michigan, an Honorable Discharge from the Michigan Air National Guard.
Developed and directed the Education Specialist degree in School Administration which later became the Doctorate in Educational Leadership.
Urban American lags far behind its suburban neighbors in educational excellence and community development.
If America ignores the human resources in its urban areas it will continue to pay the expenses of more prison cells, more welfare, more child services and more health care costs.
What is needed is a new systems approach that is grounded in action science and committed to local community development that improves the local bioregion.
The costs are reasonable in relation to the human resources empowered to become effective contributing citizens.