Kenneth E. Lane

Kenneth E. Lane Professor of Educational Leadership at Southeastern Louisiana University, is a graduate of Texas A&M University at Commerce. He has been a professor of Educational Leadership at both Southeastern Louisiana University and California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB). He also has experience as a teacher in the Ferguson-Florissant School District and a school administrator in the Plano (TX) Independent School District. During his service at CSUSB, he directed a $40 million five year distance learning project with the U.S. Navy. His areas of academic interest include leadership development, education law, school facility planning, education finance, and international education. Dr. Lane has published extensively in his areas of expertise in renowned national and international journals with over 150 publications. He also has over 150 presentations in professional organizations on topics in educational leadership and educational technology.


Marketing the Green School: Form, Function, and the Future
Tak C. Chan, Evan G. Mense, Kenneth E. Lane, Michael D. Richardson. © 2015. 400 pages.
As environmental concerns become more prevalent, it is important for today’s youth to be exposed to green practices. The introduction of environmentally sound principles into...
Modify and Adapt: Global Higher Education in a Changing Economy
Kenneth E. Lane, Pamela A. Lemoine, Tina M. Tinney, Michael D. Richardson. © 2015. 14 pages.
The combinations of global networking and digital delivery have intense repercussions for higher education administrators who confront a magnitude of opportunities and challenges...
Observations through a Keyhole: The Changing Dimensions of Global Higher Education
Tak Cheung Chan, Evan G. Mense, Mindy Crain-Dorough, Michael D. Richardson, Kenneth E. Lane. © 2014. 20 pages.
Global higher education leaders face the most explosive political environment in the history of higher education in the world due to decreased financial resources coupled with...
Standardization, Hybridization, or Individualization: Marketing IT to a Diverse Clientele
Evan G. Mense, John H. Fulwiler, Michael D. Richardson, Kenneth E. Lane. © 2011. 9 pages.
With student population on the rise globally, colleges and universities face daunting new challenges to accommodate the increased demand for services (Marginson, 2006). The...