



Conclusion
Literature pertaining to effective education organizations assumes that physical presence of effective leadership is essential. As our current education leadership organizations continue to grow in a fully online course delivery format, the question of course participants experiencing activities requiring the physical presence of leaders comes into question. Do fully online programs adequately prepare education leadership students for a profession predicated predominantly on personal face to face interactions? Those who promote online learning will argue that the fully online experience not only is adequate, but exceeds the face to face classroom experiences traditionally offered. Opponents of fully online instruction contend that preparation of future effective school supervisors requires the elemental ingredient of personal interaction with peers. The growth of fully online education leadership programs is evident. The implementation of blended or hybrid course delivery is viewed by many as an effective compromise offering both the convenience of online course delivery and personal interactive learning experiences offered during face to face classroom meetings.
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