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Principal Impact: Exploring New Research and Policy Implications - Shared screen with speaker view
Anna Egalite
20:13
FYI- I can’t screen share until Robert stops
NASBE Moderator
21:25
right, he'll take slides down and you should be free to share yours. Just a short transition.
Anna Egalite
21:54
Yep, just making sure you are aware. Thanks, Renee!
NASBE Moderator
23:07
Welcome to today's webinar! Please use the chat to share comments (and we'll share resources here), and use the Q&A to ask questions.
NASBE Moderator
27:30
Find this important Wallace-commissioned research here: https://www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/how-principals-affect-students-and-schools-a-systematic-synthesis-of-two-decades-of-research.aspx
Mebane Rash
28:28
Snaps for Anna and Constance showing up from North Carolina!
Anna Egalite
28:45
Thanks, Mebane :) Shout-out to EdNC!
Naaz Modan
38:44
Question: In your review, were there any examples of changes in principal's race positively impacting outcomes for students? (So, black principal replacing white principal resulting in improved outcomes for black students or other students of color)
Cathy Yun
46:58
Love the framework!
Susan Maude
47:35
Glad to hear you did include special education under the leadership of the principal. How about the variety of early childhood education programs (Pre-K, Head Start, Early Childhood Special Education, etc.) that in some states have been or are growing within public school settings? I know Illinois has worked on legislation to infuse ECE into principal preservice efforts....
Kristy Miller
01:03:45
Did you find that principals had to be a minimum number of years before data actually improved? Was there any relationship between the leaders tenure, their teacher's tenure and outcomes?
Daniel Gecker
01:12:23
What would you include in preparation programs that is not currently required to improve principal quality.
Emily Webb
01:13:57
In a state that provides a lot of authority to local school divisions, especially related to personnel, what can state boards do to improve the principal pipeline and mentorship programs?
Devonna Klaassen
01:14:37
Greater stability rather than turnover in leadership was highlighted as a benefit. Is there an idea as to a threshold of how much turnover is too much turnover?
Ruth Cross
01:17:04
Thanks to Donna Leak to mention SEL.
Ruth Cross
01:17:32
Principals need to know how to develop those trusting relationships.
Christine Benson
01:19:47
I so agree with the mentoring. Great comment.
Daniel Gecker
01:21:25
So, if your state already requires internship/mentorship prior to principal licensure, what part of the system do you change to improve outcomes? In other words, how do you operationalize those things necessary to improve quality.
Susan Maude
01:22:29
YES!!!! what is developmentally appropriate practices in ece is critical for principals to understand! Lead the charge Robert!!!! ;)