How principals affect students and schools: Leading learning in a virtual world

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This webinar will focus on the key leadership resources, strategies, and ideas at the school and system levels for developing and supporting principals in a virtual world so that all educators and students experience success. Participants will: Understand the groundbreaking findings from recent research and how they can be applied in policy and practice. Learn about key resources, strategies, and ideas to better equip and support principals in a variety of settings (virtual, hybrid, and face to face). Share questions and advice among a community of learners.

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President | CEO at Learning Forward | + posts

Frederick Brown is Learning Forward’s president | CEO. Fred is an education visionary who knows firsthand that our nation’s schools need transformational change if we are to meet the challenges of the next decades. Fred advocates that every child deserves to reach their highest potential and every educator must have the opportunity to participate in exemplary, ongoing, professional learning programs to provide students the skills needed to meet their unique needs.

Supporting educators at all levels and improving student achievement are through lines of Fred's career. An elementary school teacher, a middle school assistant principal, and school principal, Fred saw firsthand the impact high-leverage instructional practices and school culture have on school success.

Fred is a frequent speaker on leadership and building high-quality learning in schools. He has co-authored two books that have made significant contributions to the field of education, demonstrating how a comprehensive approach to professional learning can be achieved so that everyone in a system is a learner, and how principals apply a learning lens to their many critical responsibilities to create a productive climate for learning and collaboration. "Becoming a Learning System" and "The Learning Principal -- Becoming a Learning Leader"  are time-tested Learning Forward resources for schools and leaders.

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Principal at M.S. 180 Dr. Daniel Hale Williams | + posts

Marlon Williams is presently the principal of Dr. Daniel Hale Williams School of the Arts Middle School 180 and the former interim acting principal at The Globe School. In his role as principal, he collaborates with families, school leaders, and community members, in building a safe, trusting school culture that supports the learning of students. He has embraced his role as an equity warrior working each day to shift the mindset of his learning community. Williams has been an educator for almost twenty years and is passionate about engaging every child through the arts.

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