Six case studies also provide an in-depth look at how ambitious leaders positioned their schools and students for success, covering topics ranging from vision-setting and curriculum selection to coaching and professional development that supported teachers in making the leap to higher standards.
Data from the RAND Corporation's web-based American Educator Panels was used to gather nationally representative evidence of whether perceptions of school leadership practices vary by educator position.
This report is a follow-up to the 2014 evaluation of New Leaders' Aspiring Principals program. Focusing on the revised program, which was first implemented in 2012, the authors present evidence of the effectiveness of the revised Aspiring Principals program and share lessons that can inform principal-preparation policy and practice.
U.S. Department of Education Report examines how principals’ current education, experience, and compensation compares with that of earlier decades and whether today’s characteristics and changes over time differ between public and private school principals.
This brief explores the present status of principal preparation and licensure; the findings emphasize the urgency to enhance the capacity of principals to value high quality early childhood programs and provide effective instructional leadership for early learning and teaching.
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