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CP 35: Promoting Shared Leadership

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EL Education

Topic

  • Core Resources about EL Education

Type

Guidance Documents

In the EL Education model, leadership is a collaborative, dynamic effort toward a common vision for teaching and learning. Thus, in addition to creating the conditions for all staff to learn, school leaders create the conditions for all staff to lead. Leaders articulate and uphold clear decision-making processes, as well as roles and responsibilities for decisions that impact the learning community. Leaders strategically build the leadership capacity of others; they set up structures for staff and other members of the school community to take responsibility for school improvement efforts and empower these individuals to lead the work. High-functioning, data-informed, impact-oriented teams of educators drive improvement across the school. 

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

Created By

EL Education

Topic

  • Core Resources about EL Education

Type

Guidance Documents

In the EL Education model, leadership is a collaborative, dynamic effort toward a common vision for teaching and learning. Thus, in addition to creating the conditions for all staff to learn, school leaders create the conditions for all staff to lead. Leaders articulate and uphold clear decision-making processes, as well as roles and responsibilities for decisions that impact the learning community. Leaders strategically build the leadership capacity of others; they set up structures for staff and other members of the school community to take responsibility for school improvement efforts and empower these individuals to lead the work. High-functioning, data-informed, impact-oriented teams of educators drive improvement across the school. 

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

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