The Learning Principal: Living equity-centered leadership

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Principals bear the critical responsibility of creating the conditions necessary for effective teaching and learning in their schools. During this discussion, The Learning Principal authors and practitioners will share research that clarifies the link between principal actions and results for students. Participants will exit the webinar with “leader-focused” tools and resources that can be put to use immediately.       Participants of this webinar will: Examine assumptions that influence equity-centered leadership; Consider implications of research findings describing how principals affect students and schools; and Experience tools principals can use to strengthen learning teams and lead change.

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