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Published on May 14, 2019
Universities redesigning their principal preparation programs often team up with a “mentor program” to advise on curriculum redesign and district partnerships. This video profiles the Ritchie Program for School Leaders at the University of Denver, which has served as a mentor for a number of universities, helping programs apply their lessons to local contexts and needs.
Watch all four episodes of Principal Preparation: A Roadmap for Reform here or on our website: www.wallacefoundation.org/knowledge-center/pages/uppi-video-series.aspx
The series is part of a major $47-million initiative at Wallace to improve university training of future principals. The University Principal Preparation Initiative builds on 15 years of Wallace-supported research and experience about what makes for effective principals and their “pre-service” training at universities. The initiative seeks to explore how university programs can improve this training so it reflects the evidence on how best to prepare effective principals.
A study on the first year of the effort found that universities, school districts and others were able to form a firm partnership that led to a vision for better university principal training and concrete planning to enact it. Read the report here: https://www.wallacefoundation.org/kno...