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ACT 222. 87 th General Assembly Regular Session 2009. A report to the Arkansas Joint Education Committee. November 8, 2011. An Act to Strengthen the System of Arkansas Educational Leadership Development; and for other purposes. Strengthen Arkansas Educational Leadership Development and

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act 222

ACT 222

87th General Assembly

Regular Session


An Act to Strengthen the System of Arkansas Educational Leadership Development; and for other purposes

Strengthen Arkansas Educational Leadership Development


Provide School Support

leadership coordinating council
Leadership Coordinating Council

Three Purposes:

  • Serve as a central body to coordinate the leadership development system efforts across the state;
  • Assist the Department of Education, the Department of Higher Education, the Department of Workforce Education, the Arkansas Leadership Academy and other leadership and school support efforts; and
  • Aid in the development of model evaluation tools for use in the evaluation of school administrators.
leadership council members
Leadership Council Members
  • Mary Gunter, AASCD, Chair
  • Tom Kimbrell, ADE
  • Debbie Davis, ALA
  • Shane Broadway, ADHE
  • Rod Duckworth, ACE
  • Richard Abernathy, AAEA
  • Don Sharp, AREA
  • Frank Holman, ACEL
  • Kieth Williams, ARPEA
  • Becky Jester, ESC
  • Judy Harrison, AACTE
  • Dan Farley, ASBA
  • Rich Nagel, AEA
vision for educational leadership
Vision for Educational Leadership

Educational leaders will create a culture of systems thinking which builds leadership capacity and results in student and adult growth, success and achievement.

mission for the leadership coordinating council
Mission for the Leadership Coordinating Council

To develop and recommend a state leadership system for public education in Arkansas.

core beliefs of the council
Core Beliefs of the Council
  • Collaboration
  • Continuous improvement
  • Student and adult growth and achievement
  • Leadership capacity building
  • Positive learning culture
  • Effective evidence-based strategies and practices
council work to date
Council Work to Date
  • Meetings:
    • December 10, 2010
    • June 28, 2011
    • August 11, 2011
  • Focus:
    • Principal Evaluation System and Rubric
    • New Superintendent’s Mentoring Program
    • School Leadership Programs
annual report
Annual Report
  • First Report: September 28, 2010, Presentation to Joint Education Committee, Mena, Arkansas
  • Second Report: November 8, 2011, Presentation to Joint Education Committee, Little Rock, Arkansas
  • Purpose of Report
  • Identify: Deficient areas of school leadership, innovative programs to address deficient areas, progress made to improve school leadership, plans to improve school leadership
for more information contact
For More Information Contact:

Dr. Mary B. Gunter, Dean

Graduate College

Arkansas Tech University