Instructional Leadership in Action

Webinar: Cultivating the Principals Urban Schools Need

by UWCEL on Oct 23, 2013

odoherty-ann_09-175x175i_0Ann O’Doherty, Director of the Danforth Educational Leadership Program at the University of Washington, will take part in a webinar, "Cultivating the Principals Urban Schools Need," on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. PDT.

This webinar will focus on the recent Wallace Foundation report Districts Matter: Cultivating the Principals Urban Schools Need. This report highlights the important role that districts play in shaping the destinies of its principals.

Join Michelle Young, UCEA Executive Director, as she welcomes four panelists from the UCEA stakeholder community as they discuss the implications of this work for principal development and evaluation, as well as, the development of district level leaders to supervise and support building level principals.

The expert panel will include Rashidah Morgan, Director of Leadership Development, Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Schools; Andy Cole, Educational Leadership Development Consultant, Former Director of Leadership Development for Fairfax County Public Schools; Mary Canole, Consultant on School Leadership, Council of Chief State School Officers and Ann O’Doherty, Director, Danforth Educational Leadership Program, University of Washington.

The University Council for Educational Administration and its partner, the Wallace Foundation, are proud to bring viewers this webinar series highlighting research and exemplary practice in leadership preparation.

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Topics: School Leadership

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At the Center for Educational Leadership we partner with courageous leaders in classrooms, schools and the systems that support them to eliminate educational inequities by creating cultures of rigorous teaching, learning and leading. Our vision is transformed schools empowering all students regardless of background to create limitless futures for themselves, their families, their communities, and the world.

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