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“School leadership is second only to teaching, among school-related factors, in its impact on student learning, according to research” - The Wallace Foundation

NEW! Provide Feedback on New Proposed Rhode Island Standards for Education Leaders

The Rhode Island Department of Education's vision for success by 2020 includes a strong focus on supporting and growing our education leaders to lead high quality schools that truly prepare students for success in college and careers in the future.  The  proposed standards were created in 2017 by an advisory workgroup consisting of superintendents, principals, teachers, and RIDE staff, and are meant to describe the knowledge and skills of highly capable school leaders of 21st century learning.

Please consider reviewing the proposed standards and giving your feedback by Friday, December 15, 2017.

NEW! Apply for a Leadership Mini-Grant!

RIDE is inviting district-level administrators, building-level administrators, and teacher leaders, as well as administrators of leadership development programs, to apply for a Leadership Mini-Grant. For the second year in a row, funding is available to support the continued development and growth of education leaders in Rhode Island.

Joy Souza, Leadership Fellow at RIDE, is facilitating the work around expanded leadership and building leadership capacity in Rhode Island.  Review the application below for more detailed information about the mini-grants.

Submission Deadline: Friday, December 1, 2017.

Looking for ideas?  Check out the Resource Bulletin.  If you need additional information about this leadership development opportunity, please email Joy Souza (joy.souza@ride.ri.gov).

Joy Souza
Principal Fellow