The report Principal Leadership in a Virtual Environment, commissioned by the Wallace Foundation, sets out to define what high-quality, equitable learning looks like in a virtual environment and suggest how school district leaders can develop principals who can lead their schools to this type of learning. The report builds upon research and field work funded by The Wallace Foundation on developing aligned, comprehensive, principal pipelines. Our goal with this webinar series is to continue the conversation and to further advance school leaders’ understanding of research on current, critical topics and its application in their learning environments.
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Principal Leadership in a Virtual Environment, Part 1
Principal Leadership in a Virtual Environment, Part 2
Building Systems For A More Solidarity-Driven Family Engagement Practice
Supporting English Learners in Mathematics Classrooms
Building Systems that Support Connected Learning
Leveraging the Village for Real World Community Science Learning
Learning, Relationships, and Power: Attending to Teaching As Pedagogical Possibility Toward Equity
Connected Learning bridges academic learning and student interests
Math practices are essential for English learners
Family engagement should be an equity-focused home-school partnership
Students develop science dispositions through authentic learning