This 30-hour PIL focuses on aspects of principal leadership that fall within two domains of the Framework for Leadership: Domain 3 Leadership for Learning and Domain 4 Professional Community Leadership. It includes 14 hours of instruction accomplished through one six-hour session, two one-hour pre-recorded webinars, two one-hour online meetings, and one final four-hour Report Out session. Participants will be expected to complete a minimum of 16 hours of job embedded assignments that include three projects: (1) Collaborate with one or more teachers to create and implement an annual plan of work for effective Occupational Advisory Committee operations; (2) Initiate and progress through a program of national accreditation for one or more career and technical programs using the OAC plan of work as a resource; and (3) Ensure curriculum and assessments are aligned in one or more career and technical programs to ensure students have the opportunity to test for and successfully earn portable industry credentials. The culminating project is a portfolio of work that documents completion of the three job-embedded assignments and student achievement results measured by the number of students earning industry credentials in the selected CTE program(s).
- Teacher: Michael Curley