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  1. LBUSD Leadership Pipeline Development Preparing the Next Generation of School Leaders Aspiring Principals Informational Meeting November 2007 Mission: To support the personal and intellectual success of every student, every day.

  2. Leadership Development Team • Kristi Kahl, x8291 • Recruitment, selection, early pipeline programs (AP’s), K-12 Administrative workshops, University/TFA liaison • Pat Jernigan, x8137 • New principal support and induction, Principal coaches, Aspiring Principals Program (PD), Mentor principals • Missy Sykes, x8183 • Recruitment coordination, Program data management • Cynthia Stockinger, x8608 • Program Secretary • Robert Tagorda, x8479, Program Budget • Sparkle Peterson, Powell, CSULB Cohort Lead Principal

  3. A Conservative Projection To address this urgent need, we must: • Think strategically about our pipeline; • Be proactive about leadership development; and • Involve all current district leaders in our efforts. 48 Principal Vacancies through 2011

  4. Broad Foundation Grant • LBUSD is one of just three districts to receive funds. • $2.7 million over three years. • Comprehensive principal development process: • Recruitment • Selection • Training • Placement • Ongoing Support The programs and the grant will allow us to build multiple pathways to the principalship.

  5. Administration ASSISTANT AND VICE PRINCIPALS ADMIN. ASSTS. PROGRAM SPECIALISTS Principals Teachers The Leadership Pipeline PATHWAY TO THE PRINCIPALSHIP TEACHERS TEACHER LEADERS COUNSELORS FACILITATORS COACHES DEANS PRINCIPALS

  6. Administration ASSISTANT AND VICE PRINCIPALS Principals Teachers ADMIN. ASSTS. PROGRAM SPECIALISTS TEACHERS TEACHER LEADERS COUNSELORS FACILITATORS COACHES PRINCIPALS Programs Throughout the Pipeline Introduction to Administration Teach for America (External) CSULB Cohort (Non-Credentialed) Aspiring Assistant Principals Program (Credentialed) Aspiring Principals Apprentice Cohort Principal Induction

  7. Aspiring Principals This year (07-08) 5 Days of Shadowing Mentor principal is shadowed (at another site) 5 Days of Full day workshops Summer Institute (’08) Principal Apprentices Next year (08-09) 221-day position Mentor principal provides daily supervision at assigned site 10+ Full days of workshops Summer Institutes (’08 and ‘09) Programs Side by Side…

  8. Programs in Detail

  9. Administration ASSISTANT AND VICE PRINCIPALS Principals Teachers ADMIN. ASSTS. PROGRAM SPECIALISTS Multiple Pathways to the Principalship PATHWAY TO THE PRINCIPALSHIP TEACHERS TEACHER LEADERS COUNSELORS FACILITATORS COACHES ASPIRING ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS PROGRAM ASSISTANT AND VICE PRINCIPALS PRINCIPALS

  10. Administration ASSISTANT AND VICE PRINCIPALS Principals Teachers ADMIN. ASSTS. PROGRAM SPECIALISTS Multiple Pathways to the Principalship PATHWAY TO THE PRINCIPALSHIP TEACHERS TEACHER LEADERS COUNSELORS FACILITATORS COACHES ASPIRING PRINCIPALS PROGRAM PRINCIPALS

  11. LBUSD Power Standards For site administrators

  12. Ideal Candidate:Aspiring Principals 2007-08 • Wants to be a principal next year. • Out of classroom experience, most likely AP/VP • Is “almost ready” to implement all of the Power Standards. • Possesses the confidence needed for an immediate role as “the boss.” • Has been encouraged to pursue a principalship.

  13. Ideal Candidate:Principals Apprenticeship, 2008-09 • Wants to work for a year and learn how to be a principal. • Out of classroom experience for at least one year. Might be non-administrative. • Shows great potential, with mentoring, to meet the Power Standards. • Posses the desire to be “the boss” but may still lack in confidence due to inexperience. • Has been encouraged to pursue the principalship.

  14. Application & Selection • One application will automatically be screened for both Principal programs (and AP/VP). • Cover letter should delineate if you desire principalship or apprenticeship • Some candidates selected for the 07-08 program who are not promoted may be offered apprenticeships in the fall. • 15 apprentices will be selected, with alternates.

  15. Your Questions…

  16. Your Next Steps • Have candid conversations with your boss. • Seek additional leadership experiences: • Attend workshops • Take on additional responsibilities • Be a model in what you are doing now • See the Tip Sheet… Prepare for your next leadership position now...

  17. From our office…. • Missy will send all who signed in the link to our website for the electronic version of the Data Sheet. • Missy will also send you a mini-survey to complete after the application deadline has passed.