Posted on September 23, 2013
For continued support of their Regional Program Director for New York City who currently supports and facilitates six networks serving 70 school leaders, with plans to develop new networks this year. SLN brings networks of approximately 12-15 principals together on a monthly basis over a ten-month period with a trained facilitator to engage in a professional development program. The SLN approach focuses on developing a principal’s ability to lead healthy school climates, monitor, support and strongly influence effective instructional practices, and lead strategic reform efforts that will improve student achievement gaps. The networks provide a forum for public school principals to support one another and solve real problems, and to translate initiatives into real results at the school level.