First-Year Administrators Academy - 010621
Through four half-day sessions at ESC Region 11 and two individual on-campus coaching sessions, first-time administrators will be provided with a structured, systemic induction experience during their first year. This academy helps participants and districts meet the requirements of 19 TAC 241.25: (a) A principal or assistant principal employed for the first time as a campus administrator (including the 1st time in the state) shall participate in an induction period of at least 1 year. (b) The induction period should be a structured, systemic process for assisting the new principal or assistant principal in further developing skills in guiding the everyday operation of a school, adjusting to the particular culture of a school district, & developing a personal awareness of self in the campus administrator role. Mentoring support must be an integral component of the induction period.

Audiences Assistant Principals, Human Resources Personnel, Principals, Central Office Administrators, Charter School Personnel, Coordinators, CTE (Career and Technical Education) Personnel, Directors, Federal Program Directors/Coordinators, Instructional Leaders, Principal Certification Candidate, Teacher Supervisors
21st Century Learning  Vision Article I - New Digital Learning Environment,   Vision Article II - New Learning Standards,   Vision Article III - Assessments for Learning,   Vision Article V - Organizational Transformation


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