These workshops focus on the conditions and supports necessary to develop the nine characteristics of Strong Districts in their organizations. These nine characteristics, based on the research of Dr. Ken Leithwood, enable a district’s schools and classrooms to do their improvement work effectively and to make a difference to student learning and well-being.
Primary work of district leaders is to improve the learning and well-being of students. High performing districts make important contributions to the achievement and well-being of students
What is covered
Learning modules that are stand-alone professional development are offered that align specifically to the research proven practices that successful districts carry out. These modules are aligned to each of the nine characteristic of Strong Districts.
Current leaders and or district teams inclusive of principals, consultants and senior leaders.