PSEL 2015 and Promoting Principal Leadership for the Success of Students with Disabilities

What is the resource? Developed collaboratively by the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform Center (CEEDAR Center), this 32-page document provides chief state school officers and their state education agency staff guidance on key leadership practices for school principals. The first section reviews each of the ten standards are described in clear language and are accompanied by three to five practices. The second section walks through principal competencies. The third section points out what state education agencies can do.

Why is it valuable? The first TA Practice listed by SWIFT is visioning. While TA practices are iterative and have no particular order, visioning is crucial to the success of building a solid, effective educational environment. This resource also begins by suggesting visioning and provides a process for the work. And while the information was written for state education leaders, local leaders can review the suggested practices and investigate whether they are in place within local schools.

Suggested resource of Better Together Task Force.

Authors: Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) and the Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability, and Reform Center (CEEDAR Center)

Ideal Audience: Administrators

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