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Leadership Team Institute – Information Session

Presenters: Learning Forward
Wednesday, February 21, 2 PM ET
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Learning Forward’s new Leadership Team Institute provides a unique and innovative opportunity for principals, assistant principals, teacher leaders, and principal supervisors/directors of leadership to engage in a yearlong program as a vertical leadership team. The focus of the Institute, which runs from July 2024 through June 2025, is on implementing evidence-based policies and practices that address key challenges, improve educator and team practices, and increase student success.

This informational webinar will include a discussion of Institute outcomes, design components, benefits for participating schools and systems, key dates, and pricing, plus a question-and-answer period.

Presenters and Institute project team:

  • Paul Fleming, Chief Learning Officer, Learning Forward
  • Chelsea Collins, Project Manager, Learning Forward
  • Jody Spiro, Strategic Advisor, Learning Forward
  • Daniel Reyes-Guerra, Associate Professor, Florida Atlantic University

Testimonial

“The Leadership Team Institute was a great opportunity to engage and collaborate with others. One of the key components I enjoyed was the ability to reflect while we focused on a deeper dive into the structures of the instructional leadership team and what has led to its success. The institute experience was powerful in the sense it provided me as a principal supervisor the ability to listen, reflect, and better support my schools.”
Ducarmel S. Augu​stin, Director, Teaching and Learning, Lauderdale Manors Early Learning & Research Center (Fla.)

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Learning Forward is the only professional association devoted exclusively to those who work in educator professional development. We help our members plan, implement, and measure high-quality professional learning so they can achieve success with their systems, schools, and students.

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