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CP 32: Fostering a Cohesive School Vision

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EL Education

Topic

  • Core Resources about EL Education

Type

Guidance Documents

In the EL Education model, leaders unite staff, students, and the broader community around an inspirational vision of student success rooted in EL Education’s Dimensions of Student Achievement: mastery of knowledge and skills, character, and high-quality student work. This vision transforms schools into places where students and adults engage in purposeful, challenging, and joyful learning. School leaders align resources to support all domains of the school—Curriculum, Instruction, Culture and Character, Student-Engaged Assessment, and Leadership—to this vision.

Note: “School leaders” in this section refers to principals, instructional coaches and guides, and teachers in leadership roles. “Administrative leaders” refers specifically to principals or leaders in executive or supervisory roles.

Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Core Resources about EL Education

Type

Guidance Documents

In the EL Education model, leaders unite staff, students, and the broader community around an inspirational vision of student success rooted in EL Education’s Dimensions of Student Achievement: mastery of knowledge and skills, character, and high-quality student work. This vision transforms schools into places where students and adults engage in purposeful, challenging, and joyful learning. School leaders align resources to support all domains of the school—Curriculum, Instruction, Culture and Character, Student-Engaged Assessment, and Leadership—to this vision.

Note: “School leaders” in this section refers to principals, instructional coaches and guides, and teachers in leadership roles. “Administrative leaders” refers specifically to principals or leaders in executive or supervisory roles.

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