• Leadership Development

    Research has shown that principals are second only to teachers as the most important school-level factor in student achievement. Effective principals not only improve student outcomes, but create working conditions that attract, hire, develop, and retain high-quality teachers at a much higher rate than their less-effective peers. Ensuring there is a highly effective principal on every campus is a critical step in any school improvement plan as well as a district-wide approach to educational equity and excellence for every student. 

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