Get Inspired to Lead and Lead to Inspire
Our experts are working hard to provide live webinars, on helpful topics designed to fit your needs. As educational leaders, we know how hard you work and how little time you have to research every topic you need to know. These helpful webinars will allow you to learn all the tips and tricks you need to know quickly and without leaving your office.
April 23, 2021 at 2 PM EST
Watch the Recordings
March 19, 2021
DC Bilingual Public Charter School
February 26, 2021
Noble Network of Charter Schools
January 29, 2021
Measuring School Quality
Naomi Rubin Deveaux
Students' learning has been interrupted and the complexities associated with re-engagement and learning gains will not be captured by standardized state assessments alone. This session is designed for public charter school leaders and authorizers interested in revisiting school goals and academic accountability frameworks used for determining school quality. We will examine how goals are currently constructed, which students are expected to achieve, and consider a new approach that responds to the student population and school's mission.
Evaluating Leadership Virtually
Mark Weinberg and Stephanie Hargens
While school buildings are closed, teaching, learning and leading continued. How should boards or management companies adjust their practices to reflect an environment where most of what the school leader does is accomplished remotely? Learn some tips and tricks from Stephanie Hargens and Mark Weinberg to ensure your evaluation process reflects the unique nature of leadership in this new and ever-changing environment.
Educators as Advocates
Whether it is federal, state, or local policy, charter authorizers are impacted by the decisions of others. The good news is that authorizers can influence this policy. Join the Institute to better understand who makes these policies, how they are crafted, and how your authorizing organization can use its voice and the voices of those they serve to ensure only the best policies get enacted.