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In a time when schools are being held accountable to the highest level of standards, strong leadership is critical for a school's success.


As principals develop their own professional knowledge and thinking, they gain a deeper appreciation of the conditions teachers need if they are to achieve and sustain improvements in the learning of each student. While teachers are responsible for ensuring that all students achieve to the best of their ability, they will be supported in their work by their principals' deep knowledge about teaching and learning.



Mondays with Marshall: Exploring the Nuances of T-TESS!

2016-2017 Leadership & Coaching Sessions
School Administrators
Student Learning Objectives
Focus on what Matters
Coaching for Leaders
Professional Learning Communities

“Becoming a PLC is an ongoing process in which educators work collaboratively in recurring cycles of collective inquiry and action research to achieve better results for the students they serve. PLCs are driven by three big ideas: focus on learning, build a collaborative culture, and create a results orientation”.


Four Critical Questions

Collaborative teams within schools that function as PLCs focus their work on the following four critical questions:

  1. What is it we expect our students to learn?
  2. How will we know when they have learned it?
  3. How will we respond when some students do not learn?
  4. How will we respond when some students already know it?
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2017 PLC Sessions
  • Session #063489
  • Session #063495
  • Session #063497
  • Session #063499
  • Session #063503
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  • Educator Certification Specialist


  • Educator Certification Specialist