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How to Build Strong Principal Pipelines

Webinar highlights steps districts take to develop effective school leaders
June 20, 2018 1 Min Read

“The right culture is paramount for improvement,” says Doug Anthony, associate superintendent of Prince George’s County (Md.) Public Schools, explaining the evolution of the district’s ongoing school-leadership development efforts.

Anthony joined his colleague Damaries Blondonville, the district’s senior project manager, and Wallace’s Jody Spiro, director of education leadership, to discuss their work building a principal pipeline and field questions in recent webinar hosted by ASCD, an organization that supports educators in learning, teaching and leading. Topics discussed included:

  • Building effective university partnerships,
  • Refining leadership standards, and
  • Created ongoing professional development.

You can listen to the full recorded webinar here on ASCD’s website.

For an in-depth breakdown of the components necessary to build effective principal pipelines, don’t miss our six-episode series, The Principal Pipeline Podcast. The final episode brings a sharper lens to Prince George’s County’s work on two other critical roles: assistant principals and principal supervisors.

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