NEW LEADER DEVELOPMENT

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NEW LEADER DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTES

SEN facilitates a series of leadership development workshops which, in turn, facilitate program participants’ exploration of the key components of school quality to then guide development of a School Leadership Point of View (POV) statement which outlines core beliefs, vision for instruction, and school culture–plus key systems and structures needed to bring this to life in any school context. Training is implemented through a combination of coursework and 1:1 mentorship.

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OVERVIEW OF THE WORK

New Leader Development Institutes consists of 10 to 12 full-day sessions (organized by SEN SQR rubric and curriculum modules) during which cohort members: explore highly effective school models, develop their beliefs about how students learn best, outline their philosophy about school culture, and spend time both learning about and designing systems and structures which support their goals. Related coursework also helps participants align leadership teams to drive the cultural and instructional shifts necessary for school transformations. Program participants are expected to complete extensive coursework, read supporting literature, and engage in individual monthly coaching calls.

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ASPIRING LEADERS’ PROFILE

Program participants are selected in consultation with partnering districts and networks but can be aspiring leaders or sitting principals who seek elevated impact in their school communities. Program participants should possess a strong drive to achieve and have an orientation to self-reflection and continuous improvement.

FEATURED NEW LEADER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS