Is a collaborative capacity-building program that, within the context of real schools, teaches principals and teacher-leaders evidence-based instructional leadership. We further build the capacity of current school leaders and create the necessary training and skills-based pipeline for new leadership. We evaluate the impact of this intervention to document strategies that strengthen school leadership and student success in Puerto Rico.
With the ever-expanding role of school leaders, it is critical that school leaders are provided the tools and support to prioritize instructional leadership, in support of high-quality teaching and excellent outcomes for students.
During the program fellows will Explore concepts and best practices in leadership, instruction, improvement, social-emotional learning, and data use.
They will Launch their action plans to attend to their identified problem of practice while engaging their individual school communities.
Fellows will reflect upon their work and data collected to look at how they have Improved and plan for the year ahead.
Recruit and enroll a diverse set of school leaders in a two-year school leadership collaborative.
Deliver school leadership training and mentorship that will ensure the strong operation of high-quality schools in each of the three sectors.
Establish a sustainability and growth plan for the school leaders in the network.