Wednesday, April 24th, 2013
A six-year national research study recently completed by researchers at the University of Minnesota investigated the actions that effective educational leaders take to address the achievement gap and
to support high quality classroom instruction. Dr. Karen Seashore and Dr. Kyla Wahlstrom presented their
findings on this significant research project. A panel of MN education leaders responded with perspectives from their work.
- Bernadeia Johnson, Superintendent,
Minneapolis Public Schools, on district challenges in implementing more leadership development;
- Douglas Revsbeck, Principal,
Saint Paul Harding High School, on strategies for secondary principals to increase instructional leadership capacity in their schools;
- Carol McFarlane, former member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, on how the state of Minnesota might improve and foster more leadership capacity for improved student learning; and
- Laura Bloomberg, Director,
Center for Integrative Leadership, Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota, on the challenges facing districts and schools in promoting broader stakeholder engagement.
View presentation slides from this event (PPTX format).
Effective leadership at the elementary and secondary levels.(Kyla Wahlstrom) from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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Aligning expectations and accountability. (Kyla Wahlstrom) from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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What do good districts do for professional development? (Karen Seashore and Kyla Wahlstrom) from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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How turnover impacts school leadership (Kyla Wahlstrom) from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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Community engagement starts at the district level (Karen Seashore) from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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The 3 E's of effective leadership from CEHD Academics on Vimeo.
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