Exploring State Policy Levers that Drive Local Principal Pipeline Efforts - Shared screen with speaker view
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Paul, Paul and Robert: Great to see you again!! (Steve Tozer)
Nice to see your name, Steve!
Great to "see" you too, Steve! I hope all is well.
Welcome to our webinar today! Please share comments in our chat box, and direct questions to the Q&A box in the bottom of your tool bar.
Sign up for our webinar next week on Addressing Lead in Drinking Water here: https://www.nasbe.org/event/states-efforts-to-address-lead-in-drinking-water-at-schools-examining-new-research/
Our webinar on Climate Change here: https://www.nasbe.org/event/helping-schools-take-action-on-climate-change/
Find Dr. Manna's new report "How Can State Policy Support Local School Districts Develop Principal Pipelines?" commissioned by the Wallace Foundation here: https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/how-can-state-policy-support-local-school-districts-develop-principal-pipelines.aspx
Find this particular report here: https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/developing-excellent-school-principals.aspx
Find this RAND Principal Pipeline Study here - https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RR2666.html
Also this one from RAND on the connection between principal quality and state levers - https://www.rand.org/pubs/research_reports/RRA413-1.html
More on skills and competencies of effective principals and the impact on student achievement here - How Principals Affect Students and Schools: A Systematic Synthesis of Two Decades of Research - https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/how-principals-affect-students-and-schools-a-systematic-synthesis-of-two-decades-of-research.aspx
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Just a comment to share - That step towards an equity indicator is critical. If prep programs are not open to that, there should be some real scrutiny of that program. We are living in a different social place as a nation. Our students (EACH student) need to know they are known and valued for who they are. PSEL standard #3 speaks clearly to this issue of what equity and cultural responsiveness should look like
Great job, all 3 of you. I am sharing my notes and screen shots with multiple colleagues. Will look forward to accessing slides, etc.
The report Robert just mentioned from NAESP: "What we learned from elementary school principals about changes to schools andthe profession emerging from 2020–2021" https://www.naesp.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/LWNNExecutiveSummary.pdf
Thank you all for coming today - look for a recording of this session and follow up email w/resources in the coming days!