Instructional Leadership Challenge
Sep 1, 2013
The Principal Center is determined to get more principals into classrooms this year conducting meaningful, development-driven teacher observations--and they're giving school leaders the support they need to get it done. This week, The Principal Center launched the Instructional Leadership Challenge, asserting that being a true instructional leader "demands active involvement in the improvement of teaching and learning" and calling upon principals to "dramatically increase" their presence in classrooms. Administrators who sign up for the challenge receive support, guidance, and encouragement in the form of free PD workshops, access to an active social community of educators, and complimentary access to TeachBoost, a teacher evaluation software platform that eliminates paperwork and helps principals provide substantive, goals-driven feedback to teachers. Read more and sign up for the Challenge here.