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1 Succession Planning November 3, 2006 Presented By: Lou Ann Carlson

2 The Start Summer 2005 Training Philosophical Agreement Replacement: Can fill a specific position tomorrow Succession: Developing people for target levels who could fill a variety of leadership positions

3 Need Task Force for Recruitment and Retention of School Leaders & Task Force on Working Conditions of School Leaders: Develop pool of highly qualified candidates Task Force for Recruitment and Retention of School Leaders & Task Force on Working Conditions of School Leaders: Develop pool of highly qualified candidates District Level Need District Level Need

4 Buy-In School Board and Superintendent School Board and Superintendent If it is IMPORTANT to you, it is IMPORTANT to me! If it is IMPORTANT to you, it is IMPORTANT to me!

5 Responsibilities In Addition To……… A commitment to Succession Planning Mini-Grant Writing Mini-Grant Writing Bi-monthly meetings Bi-monthly meetings Professional Development & Planning Professional Development & Planning

6 Planning Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Secondary School Administration Elementary School Administration District Administration Non-Instructional Departments Instructional Departments

7 Planning: Year 1 ( ) Identified Pool was Assistant Principals at both the elementary and secondary level Identified Pool was Assistant Principals at both the elementary and secondary level Year long professional development plan Year long professional development plan Topic: Instructional Leadership Topic: Instructional Leadership

8 Reflection on Year 1 Importance of Bi-Monthly Meetings Importance of Bi-Monthly Meetings Sharing and collaborating with other Districts Sharing and collaborating with other Districts Continuation of Professional Development Continuation of Professional Development Changes included expansion of pool to include more administrators Changes included expansion of pool to include more administrators Formalized candidate recruitment & identification from teacher pool Formalized candidate recruitment & identification from teacher pool

9 Planning Year 2 ( ) Participation in Aspiring School Leader Internship Program Participation in Aspiring School Leader Internship Program Guiding Principles: Guiding Principles: Allows learner to assume an active role Allows learner to assume an active role Aligns with the Delaware ISLLC Standards Aligns with the Delaware ISLLC Standards Reflects real problems and improvement efforts in schools, districts and social service agencies Reflects real problems and improvement efforts in schools, districts and social service agencies Honors the collaborative nature of leadership Honors the collaborative nature of leadership

10 Planning: Year 2 POOL: TEACHERS POOL: TEACHERS 9 Teachers participated in the Internship Cluster during the summer of Teachers participated in the Internship Cluster during the summer of 2006 Benefits to both teachers and administrators Benefits to both teachers and administrators

11 Planning: Year 2 POOL: ADMINISTRATORS POOL: ADMINISTRATORS School Leader Cluster for ALL Caesar Rodney Administrators School Leader Cluster for ALL Caesar Rodney Administrators LEARNING TEAMS LEARNING TEAMS Development of role understanding and collaboration Development of role understanding and collaboration

12 STRUGGLES Time & Resources Time & Resources

13 Benefits Enhancement of success profiles in terms of Knowledge & Experiences and Competencies Enhancement of success profiles in terms of Knowledge & Experiences and Competencies Development of a more qualified pool of teacher leaders prepared to move into a number of school leadership positions Development of a more qualified pool of teacher leaders prepared to move into a number of school leadership positions Development of a more qualified pool of administrators to move into district level leadership positions Development of a more qualified pool of administrators to move into district level leadership positions

14 How to Start The basic premise is to START………. The basic premise is to START………. It is fine to start small It is fine to start small Manageable steps Manageable steps Celebrate small, incremental growth Celebrate small, incremental growth Constant attention to buy-in with School Board, School Leaders, and Teachers Constant attention to buy-in with School Board, School Leaders, and Teachers

15 First Step Support from School Board and Superintendent Support from School Board and Superintendent Shared Leadership: Involvement of others Shared Leadership: Involvement of others REFLECTION, CHANGE, AND CELBRATION REFLECTION, CHANGE, AND CELBRATION

16 Questions? Resources Resources Other Districts Other Districts Professional Development Professional Development Wallace Foundation web-site Wallace Foundation web-site


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