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Setting the standard for school success: The power of the principalship

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School principals play an essential role in the successful development of the students and educators in their buildings. This webinar will focus on the role of leadership in the revised Standards for Professional Learning and the corresponding strategies, tools, and tangible ideas at the school and system levels that develop and support effective principals.

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Michelle Kefford
Principal at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School | + posts

Michelle Kefford has devoted the past 24 years to serving students in Florida. She initiated her career as a Biology teacher at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 1999 and went on to serve as an assistant principal at two different Florida high schools until she was promoted to serve as the principal of Charles W Flanagan High School in 2011, where she led the school to its first ever grade of “A” and earned multiple recognitions, including Broward County Principal of the Year, Florida Principal of the Year, NASSP State Principal of the Year, finalist for NASSP National Principal of the Year, Florida Association of Student Councils Principal of the Year, Florida School Counselor Association School-Based Administrator of the Year, to name a few.  After leading Charles W Flanagan High School for eight years, she was asked to return home to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as the principal, where she currently serves, to lead the school in its healing subsequent to the horrific school shooting that occurred there.

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