A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to attend the Principals Summit in Detroit. At the Summit, I was fortunate enough to present a session called "Making Time for Instructional Leadership". As one of the biggest issues facing administrators today, we continually see the research and importance of being instructional leaders, but then the reality and demands of the job set in. Let's chat and share ideas for maximizing our time for the purpose of instructional leadership!
Written for MASSP by the attorneys at Lusk Albertson PLC
Written by Chris Wigent, Executive Director of the Michigan Association of School Administrators (MASA)
The Topic: Supporting the New Generation of Educational Leaders
Sharing expertise with aspiring school leaders: Oakland University graduate students studying to become school administrators are seeking insight, advice, tips and suggestions from practicing school leaders. This chat will benefit both aspiring leaders and new school leaders by helping them further their leadership influence.