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The Principal Pipeline Initiative – Anticipating the Effects

By Frederick Brown | April 1, 2019

In 2011, six large school districts set out to build and manage pipelines to support their school principals. This Wallace Foundation-funded effort, known as the Principal Pipeline Initiative (PPI), was […]

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New report highlights the importance of the role of principal supervisors

By Frederick Brown | September 21, 2018

By Frederick Brown A new report about The Wallace Foundation’s Principal Supervisor Initiative (PSI) offers insight into the types of professional learning that are most effective for helping principal supervisors […]

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Learning leaders share responsibility for all students

By Stephanie Hirsh | November 9, 2017

What does it look like to create a compelling teacher leadership agenda at the school or district level? This is a question I’ve been hearing a lot lately, and I’m […]

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Celebrating principals and their powerful leadership practices

By Frederick Brown | October 26, 2017

Having been an assistant principal and principal, I’m embarrassed to admit I don’t remember much about the principals I had in school. I literally had to look back at my […]

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Send the message that learning is for leaders, too

By Scott Laurence | July 20, 2017

Good professional learning is not only important for teachers, it’s also vital for principals and assistant principals.

Learning leadership requires a supportive culture—and a focus on students

By Eric Celeste Celeste | July 6, 2017

A supportive culture energizes participants in Learning Leaders for Learning Schools, an intensive professional learning cohort for a group of Phoenix-area principals and district office personnel.

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