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Principal Project Advisory Team

Phase 2

Phase 2 Advisory Team Members Contact Information
Phase 2 Charge, Deliverables, and Success Criteria
Phase 2 Readings

Micro- Credentials

Competency Based Assessment

Standards for Principal Supervisors

Standards for University-Based Principal Prep Programs

P20 Partnership Framework

Presentations to the Board of Regents and Other Groups in 2018

Phase 1

Project Description
Charge, Deliverables, and Success Criteria
Phases of Work
Meeting-by-Meeting List of Focus Questions
Action Plan
  1. School Leadership Interventions Under the Every Student Succeeds Act
  2. Improving University Principal Preparation Programs
  3. Improving State Evaluation of Principal Preparation Programs
  4. Evaluating and Supporting Principals (Building a Stronger Principalship: Volume 4)
  5. Districts Taking Charge of the Principal Pipeline (Building a Stronger Principalship: Volume 3)
  6. A Shared Vision of Leadership
  7. Pipeline Development
  8. Pre-service Preparation
  9. Evaluation and Management
  10. SEP3 Toolkit
  11. Re-imagining State Policy
  12. What Districts Know - and Need to Know - About Their Principals
  13. Statewide Data on Supply and Demand of Principals
  14. Toward Convergence: A Technical Guide for the Postsecondary Metrics Framework
  15. Why Elementary School Principals Matter
  16. Project Narrative: Creating a State Vision
  17. Standards for Advanced Programs
  18. Developing Excellent School Principals to Advance Teaching and Learning
  19. Supporting and Retaining Effective Principals
  20. Research-Based Policy for Principal Preparation Program Approval and Licensure
  21. Improving Educational Outcomes: How State Policy Can Support School Principals as Instructional Leaders
  22. From Procedures to Partnership: Redesigning Principal Supervision
  23. Professional Standards for Educational Leaders
  24. Promises to Keep: Transforming Educator Preparation to Better Serve a Diverse Range of Learners
  25. Unintended Impacts of Performance Funding on Community Colleges and Universities in Three States
  26. Improving School Leader Preparation: Collaborative Models for Measuring Effectiveness
  27. New York State Teacher Certification Examinations
  28. Change Agents: How State Can Develop Effective School Leaders
  29. Preparing School Leaders for a Changing World: Lessons from Exemplary Leadership Development Programs
  30. How Leadership Influences Student Learning
  31. ESSA Title IIA Guidance from US Department of Education
  32. Internship Portfolio Evidence Chart
  33. Delaware School Leader Prep Program Initial Meeting
  34. Great Principals at Scale
  35. Redesigning Principal preparation and Development for the Next Generation:  Lessons from Illinois
  36. Operating in the Dark
  37. The Research Base Supporting the ELCC Standards
  38. School Building Leaders Study Guide Set B
  39. The Professional Pipeline for Educational Leadership
  40. Our Responsibility, Our Promise
  41. Six Districts Begin the Principal Pipeline Initiative
  42. Making Sense of Higher Ed “Innovation”
  43. Beyond Retrofitting:  Innovation in Higher Education
  44. State Policies on Principal Evaluation: Trends in a Changing Landscape
  45. First-Year Principals in Urban School Districts
  46. Using Competencies to Improve School Turnaround Principal Success
  47. Importing Leaders for School Turnarounds
  48. Accomplished Principal Standards
  49. Closing the Talent Gap:  Attracting and retaining top-third tier graduates to careers in teaching
  50. A New Approach to Principal Preparation
  51. Expanding the Pipeline of Teachers and Principals in Urban Public Schools
  52. Enhancing Leadership Quality
  53. ISLLC Standards 2008
  54. Key Issue:  Improving the Preparation of School and District Leaders
  55. Successful School Leadership – What it is and how it influences pupil learning
  56. The Principal Internship:  How Can We Get It Right?
  57. The Accreditation Game:  Can accreditation ensure quality teacher training?
  58. Public Good
  59. The Ripple Effect
  60. Building Principal Pipelines
  61. Ambitious Leadership: How Principals Lead Schools to College
  62. Lead in Denver
  63. Leadership for Common Core
  64. Administrator Evaluation Rubric
  65. Strengthening a Principal Preparation Internship by Focusing on Diversity Issues
  66. Measuring Mastery: Best Practices for Assessment in Competency-Based Education
  67. Promoting Diversity in Public Education Leadership
  68. Toward Convergence: A Technical Guide for the Postsecondary Metrics Framework
  69. The Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (PSEL) 2015 and the Interstate Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) Standards 2008: A Crosswalk
  70. Developing a pipeline of future principal supervisors
  71. The State of Racial Diversity in the Educator Workforce
  72. Tougher Teacher-Prep Admissions Standards Called for in Report
  73. Principals and Special Education: The Critical Role of School Leaders
  74. Urban School Principals and Their Role as Multicultural Leaders
  75. Strengthening Professional Development for Principals: High Quality Mentoring Programs
  76. A School-University Partnership in Administrator Preparation
  77. Planning University-Urban District Partnerships: Implications for Principal Preparation Programs
  78. Seeking Mutual Benefit: University and Districts as Partners in Preparation
  79. The 21 Responsibilities of the School Leader
  80. What Matters Now: A New Compact for Teaching and Learning
Linkage Between Advisory Team Recommendations and NYS ESSA Plan
One Page Framework Showing How Advisory Team Findings are Related