The Role of Leadership in Reading First Schools and Districts Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003 DE Dept. of Ed.
The improvement of any kind of instruction is dependent upon strong leadership Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Preventing Difficulties in Young Children (Snow, Burns, and Griffin, 1998) Findings indicate weak reading programs often reflect the leadership of principals who are uninformed and uninvolved. Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Delaware Reading First Principals will be expected to commit to focused, instructional leadership that improves teaching and raises student achievement. Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
The Principal Must be transformed from the 1950s model of school administrator into todays leaders of learning communities Must be transformed from the 1950s model of school administrator into todays leaders of learning communities Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Reading First: The principal is the keystone to building significant improvement in reading instruction
The Role of District Level Leadership Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Alignment of curriculum, data analysis, progress monitoring of student and teacher data. Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Engage in all Reading First Professional Development Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
Continuity of leadership will be sustained Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003
T-Chart for principal leadership and district level leadership in a Reading First School/District Dr. Debbie Zych, 2003 DE Dept. of Ed.
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