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Teachers Continue Their Own Education

The Ely Times - Adam Young | July 16, 2018

Nineteen White Pine County School District leaders completed the Executive Development Program (EDP).

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Sharon Superintendent Finishes Course on Education in Low-Income Area

The Herald - Quinn Schwartz | June 4, 2018

Sharon City School District Superintendent Michael Calla completes the NISL Superintendent Academy as part of Pennsylvania Education Secretary Pedro Rivera’s Poverty and Student Achievement Initiative. 

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Seneca Valley School Superintendent Welcomes Group of Peers

The Cranberry Eagle - Rachel Wagoner | April 11, 2018

Seneca Valley superintendent Tracy Vitale, a participant of the Pennsylvania Superintendent’s Academy, met with school leaders to discuss best practices and share ideas.

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Butler County School Leaders Meet with State Officials

The Cranberry Eagle | April 11, 2018

School leaders gathered in Seneca Valley for the Pennsylvania Department of Education Superintendent’s Academy site visit in order to showcase the district’s programs, share ideas with other school leaders and to be evaluated by representatives from the National Institute for School Leadership.

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School Leaders Awarded Distinguished Faculty Status by the National Institute for School Leadership

January 23, 2018

Seven Experienced Educators from Across the Country Selected to Receive Leadership Credential Washington D.C.—High-performing education systems around the world invest in the recruitment, preparation, development, and career advancement of teachers and leaders.

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Principal-Training Secrets Shared by the World’s Top School Systems

Education Week - Sarah D. Sparks | October 19, 2017

The National Center on Education and the Economy has released a new report, “Preparing to Lead: Lessons in Principal Development from High-Performing Education Systems.” The report examines leading countries who take a systematic approach to training principals. 

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Transformation at Scale: How the National Institute for School Leadership is Strengthening School Leaders Across 3 States

by Miki Aristorenas | September 13, 2017

Through a $12 million Validation-level Innovation (i3) grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education in 2014, the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL) has conducted a large-scale implementation of the Executive Development Program (EDP) across three states: California, Florida and Mississippi. The i3 grant to NISL supports 750 principals in 88 districts serving nearly 1.7 million […]

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Rhode Island Education Chief Emphasizes Return to Teaching, Not Testing

Providence Journal - Linda Borg | July 31, 2017

Twenty principals will partner with the National Institute for School Leadership and Hasbro to strengthen their leadership abilities. Rhode Island superintendents will also participate in a training program with CVS and the Rhode Island Department of Education. 

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RIDE, Business Coalition Launching Training for Teachers, School Leaders

Providence Journal - Linda Borg | June 29, 2017

A statewide business nonprofit and the Rhode Island Department of Education are launching a leadership training program with the National Institute for School Leadership. 

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Superintendent’s Academy Participants Convene to Transform Learning Across Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Pressroom | May 12, 2017

Participants of the Pennsylvania Superintendent’s Academy, a two-year professional development program for superintendents, met with Pennsylvania Department of Education representatives for conferences, presentations, and feedback sessions at PaTTAN in Harrisburg, PA. Eighty superintendents presented over sixty action learning projects to a group of international experts. 

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