Aspiring Principals Get Schooled in Pilot Leadership Program | May 24, 2013

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Prince George’s County school administrators took part in a new 10-month pilot program created by the National Institute for School Leadership to help train aspiring principals. The program was funded through a $12.5 million grant from the Wallace Foundation, with the goal of creating a “principal pipeline” in Prince George’s County.

The program included 20 days of face-to-face instruction and the use of computer simulations, and culminated with the development of a leadership portfolio, which the aspiring principals presented to facilitators and their peers.

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