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gBrWqkHvFuUSomething to Say
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A Something to Say Case Study
XQbeoGzkXSwSomething to Say
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“The arts allow the kids to be creative … but it’s also very skills-based.”
65_8io7ydGwSomething to Say Expert Interviews
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ttJh0De9VuIHours of Opportunity
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"We had to run a marathon at the same time as running the sprint."
BVkGopOcB2gEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Managing people, data and processes to foster school improvement
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d9kTjd_W5x0Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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cojcj64aLGcInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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"The school is run by data."
C_DYtm8E4qYEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Managing people, data and processes to foster school improvement
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“We are very open to making mistakes and talking about mistakes.”
mlr_PQ1OrFASomething to Say Expert Interviews
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8QuT5UKYt7cHours of Opportunity
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sE0ygxicG1QInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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bCnDYRIyPnMStrongNonprofits
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rb7nwijCjBkHours of Opportunity
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Featuring Betsy Brand (American Youth Policy Forum), Jessica Donner (Every Hour Counts), Audrey Hutchinson (National League of Cities), Chris Smith (Boston After School & Beyond), Bela Shah Spooner (National League of Cities) and Nicole Yohalem (Author, Building Citywide Systems for Quality)
UD65OVE3pKQAfterschool Systems
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H2x-ee8UuyUInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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I-mlNnMzgYYHours of Opportunity
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“Afterschool programs are not optional”—Dr. Jane Sundius, Open Society Institute—Baltimore
PbZZa0X08YsBetter Together
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“Hold people accountable”—Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore
I_pEFoTH5lABetter Together
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"We have a plan that’s going to work."
cL0-cvs1RWsEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Improving instruction
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"We needed to build time for teachers to work together as a group."
UoBJzU0Lu4UEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Improving instruction
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aPLTSXRWF_kHours of Opportunity
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TnVsYN813ZgHours of Opportunity
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8Ch4dXpzkJ8Investigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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ul_TcMwtnkQHours of Opportunity
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XCjJBPYSjJ8StrongNonprofits
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eKyx77_FLskHours of Opportunity
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KpkJ7CqTRKYStrongNonprofits
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Featuring Robert Balfanz (Johns Hopkins University), Jonathan Bryce (Baltimore City Public Schools), Carla Sanger (LA’s Best), Chris Smith (Boston After School & Beyond and Gina Warner (National Afterschool Association)
BNHf0cPoEgUAfterschool Systems
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dJwq4bbvQvIInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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Afterschool Systems in Context
SoqoZCM3PZIBetter Together
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"I felt it was important to go into the school with non-negotiables."
7AZ65GSWclQEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Improving instruction
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0XmRoQkOUVEInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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hRtlNYABKI0Hours of Opportunity
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"I think it’s important that teachers and staff know that I care about them."
NzmcduKIt30Effective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Managing people, data and processes to foster school improvement
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“Part of our mission is to build a vital community.”
3f2JJJI_6vkSomething to Say Expert Interviews
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“There never is a moment when the learning is done or you’ve aged out.”
RbuYUiovbzcSomething to Say Expert Interviews
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6RGumjC2z0gInvestigating the Links to Improved Student Learning
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“Ask for more than just money”— Dr. Jane Sundius, Open Society Institute—Baltimore
Cw1-HTosZU8Better Together
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6SydC2h8lZ8Something to Say
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"Sometimes teachers work better when they hear from other teachers."
ap1xA_COY10Effective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Cultivating leadership in others
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Building Effective Local Collaborations
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“Outcomes, outcomes, outcomes” —Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore
-oNEWzprAQsBetter Together
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“I wanted to be sure students had a chance to own their school.”
uM4Bd-Q9TdUEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students
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"The staff had to start believing that they could succeed."
zBGGN9uxojEEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Creating a climate hospitable to education
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"The crux of the conversation was hopes and dreams for their kids."
wP8vxT-bA-gEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Creating a climate hospitable to education
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“We were able to make an impact on the other 50 percent.”
0sEaWQzjjOYEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students
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"I learned how trust takes time."
lWWMdfYnLscEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Creating a climate hospitable to education
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"Sometimes the smallest things can have the largest impact."
ar-dE2HEXAkEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Creating a climate hospitable to education
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"We allowed our students to have a voice."
ic6eJLZPccgEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Improving instruction
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"We created a true leadership team."
MUHfrTI3elgEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Cultivating leadership in others
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NZyMx1X86JESomething to Say
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oQLZESo6dsESomething to Say
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Wallace Arts for Young People Initiative
qVqyI_9CLQ4Something to Say
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"We surveyed the teachers."
Tp_6s0D_3roEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Improving instruction
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“I told her she was a leader.”
xV0yBuzfs8UEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Cultivating leadership in others
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"Developing leadership has been a long-term process."
uRhLGemlmkkEffective Principal LeadershipShaping a vision of academic success for all students; Cultivating leadership in others
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“Stop thinking of young people as problems … Look at them as resources.”
qrBXeFMplDwSomething to Say Expert Interviews
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tZru-kvZC-4Something to Say
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62ilut8xgLMStrongNonprofits
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3tyFRZ7qhZoSomething to Say
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Standards help select, support and evaluate principals, says Tom Boasberg, superintendent of Denver Public Schools.
SI8D98Sa0c0Building Principal Pipelines
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A collaborative-learning program in New York City is helping to develop school leaders, says Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña.
BDWojwv2n0oBuilding Principal Pipelines
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Six school superintendents offer advice on training, placing, supporting and evaluating effective principals.
Tx4I5VlYl4QBuilding Principal Pipelines
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4Zxhb8tXX4sWallace National Conference 10-2009
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Kevin Maxwell, superintendent of Prince George’s County (Md.) Public Schools, points to benefits of partnerships with principal training programs.
2572NiFbt9MBuilding Principal Pipelines
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Prince George’s County (Md.) has become more deliberate about nurturing assistant principals, says Superintendent Kevin Maxwell.
TK1FEOGp5P0Building Principal Pipelines
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Report author Paul Manna describes levers state policymakers can pull to better support school principals.
Cc4SbtvCnuED.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Leadership standards can ensure coherence in principal preparation, says Doug Anthony, of Prince George's County (Md.) Public Schools.
4lmCZfFHqDwD.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Fkgol9M3AKIWallace National Conference 10-2009
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Steve Tozer of the University of Illinois says state agencies, districts, and higher education leaders can help change principal preparation.
YL007Ql-1DcD.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Watch Manna’s entire presentation at the Washington, D.C., policy briefing.
oXeuTbhaS3UD.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Optimizing time and delegating responsibilities to make time for instruction
3My2viuMOx4School Leadership in Action
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Delegating authority to cultivate new leaders
L1MEG0AXxeASchool Leadership in Action
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Author Paul Manna describes four important state and local contextual matters that bear consideration in forming state policy about principals.
XH_c68-gQdED.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Cataloged data about the performance of school leaders helps Hillsborough County (Fla.) fill principal vacancies, says Superintendent Jeff Eakins.
NZZNICV6KyYBuilding Principal Pipelines
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Author Paul Manna offers an overview of his work, which he says provides a set of considerations, not a prescription.
1D9oP5CpYRED.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Creative responses to research results helped attract new audiences, say leaders of The Clay Studio and the Fleisher Art Memorial.
dC2I16vk9eQConversations on Audience Building
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Leaders of The Clay Studio and the Fleisher Art Memorial discuss how they identified new audiences they needed to attract.
IgVC92ebY8wConversations on Audience Building
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Ann Clark, superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg (N.C.) Public Schools, instituted a five-year program of training and support for novice principals to help reduce turnover.
wUm6386uQ1UBuilding Principal Pipelines
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Changing a school’s culture to improve student achievement
aM-U8RuR2swSchool Leadership in Action
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Improving achievement by improving teaching and learning in classrooms
qSsB5RCYkTASchool Leadership in Action
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pmKXLr-xYoIWallace National Conference 10-2009
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KIuv9ogU_TgWallace National Conference 10-2009
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OQdr8SwhfjMWallace National Conference 10-2009
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3NkMCYlN1lsWallace National Conference 10-2009
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FQhRQ9fV3fEWallace National Conference 10-2009
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TxngKmsyVlAWallace National Conference 10-2009
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LepktXtNQYcWallace National Conference 10-2009
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zfdUAbV33OAWallace National Conference 10-2009
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m4OW7alT8IUWallace National Conference 10-2009
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Setting high expectations for students and teachers throughout the school
DvLA6CwpkRASchool Leadership in Action
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Alvin Wilbanks, Gwinnett County (Ga.) Public Schools superintendent, describes what principal supervisors must do to support principals.
0P8pSUIMuXsBuilding Principal Pipelines
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Crowded state education policy agendas give principals a relatively low priority, says report author Paul Manna.
Wq9KQ7pmRb4D.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Report author Paul Manna offers a trio of bumper-sticker-ready statements from his report.
1BSxP-8Vw1oD.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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New York State’s education commissioner, MaryEllen Elia, discusses the importance of the teacher–principal relationship in bolstering student achievement.
hmRBxXq_QaYD.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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Research helped The Clay Studio and the Fleisher Art Memorial understand perceptual barriers between them and their audience.
OC5caYBxUcsConversations on Audience Building
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KZgzeiszXTMWebinar Hours of Opportunity
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Bpzu9Y-NpsMWebinar Stopping the Summer Slide
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Wallace Foundation President Will Miller explains the importance of school principals in improving teaching and learning.
WKR5eSmYIQID.C. Policy Briefing November 3, 2015
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