This policy brief was commissioned by the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcomes as the design for an Early Education Leadership Academy began for early learning and K-Grade 3 State Education Agency/Early Learning Agency (SEA/ELA) administrators. The report concludes with a series of action suggestions based on the findings of this multi-dimensional view of the leadership development needs of SEA/ELA early learning administrators.
The Center on Great Teachers and Leaders and the U.S. Department of Education offered a webinar to provide information, resources, and examples to assist states and districts in ensuring that teacher evaluation systems are supportive and useful for personnel who support the academic and social growth of students with disabilities.
In a state with California’s diverse student population and complex needs, technical assistance is essential to extend the capacity of the CDE and other state-level stakeholders.
Dr. Anthony J. Marchese interviews Dr. Sharon Harsh, Director of the Appalachia Regional Comprehensive Center (ARCC) and Jeannine Branch, Technical Assistance Specialist, about how technical assistance that draws upon capacity-building research and best practices can equip state education agencies, districts, schools, and individuals to achieve (and even exceed) organizational goals.
Dr. Anthony J. Marchese discusses specific examples of capacity building in education organizations with Dr. Sharon Harsh and Jeannine Branch of the Appalachia Regional Comprehensive Center (ARCC).
This annotated bibliography on leadership resources shares resources in the Center on Enhancing Early Learning Outcome's (CEELO's) Leadership Academy, which is designed to strengthen leadership and management competencies of individuals with responsibility for early childhood education programs in state departments of education, early learning agencies, and other state early childhood education agencies.