Join this interactive session to learn what current research is saying about the role of the assistant principal, what experiences an assistant principal perceives to be missing from the position, and how you can empower your assistant principal to lead a thriving learning community.
• Gain a clear understanding of the current role of an assistant principal in 20th century schools in order to better understand the modern role of the principalship.
• Receive information based on current Wallace Foundation research reflecting the roles and responsibilities of an assistant principal that best meet the needs of a learning community.
• Learn about essential trainings, critical experiences and resources that assistant principals need in order to better prepare them for a head principal’s position.
• Have an opportunity to gain essential skills aligned with supporting pillars of effective principal practice to utilize in working with assistant principals and preparing them to lead.
Presenters: Dr. Gracie Branch, NAESP's Associate Executive Director for Professional Learning and Dr. Kaylen Tucker, NAESP's Associate Executive Director for Communications
This webinar is brought to you in partnership with The Wallace Foundation.