Instructional Leadership for the 21 st Century. University of South Alabama in collaboration with Baldwin and Mobile County Public Schools. Preparing Exemplary Leaders for Alabama Schools. Three Objectives: Partnership between USA and LEAs Alignment of standards and coursework
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University of South Alabama
in collaboration with
Baldwin and Mobile County Public Schools
“When two work together, then both are strong.”--Anonymous
Insert a picture of both superintendents,
Dean Hayes, and Dr. Gray with pens in hand,
Signing a document.
In background, music and a voice explain that
Memorandums of agreement were signed
Train Mentor Principals
MCPSS and Baldwin County personnel worked together to develop coursework aligned with newly adopted standards for instructional leaders in Alabama.
Admission requirements include:
Prospective candidate responds to questions
from public school district and university personnel.
USA infused the eight standards for effective school leaders within a substantially revised curriculum.
Prospective instructional leaders gain real-world experience while taking required coursework.
About This Residency Learning Planner
A planning component, and
A reflection component
Bridges the gap between theory and practice
by focusing on real-world
by the Leadership Advisory Council
Working together to prepare
effective instructional leaders for the future.