Educational leadership makes a difference and has a significant correlation with student achievement, with the determining factor being whether leaders focus on and understand the appropriate changes needed to improve their schools, as well as the leadership practices associated with implementing those changes.

Strong educational leaders know the value of teacher leaders who help to forge a shared vision and are vested in decision-making related to program improvement. Significant impact on academic achievement is realized when leaders actively empower teachers to engage in collaborative and self-directed professional learning.

The SABES Program Support PD Center will provide support intended to build the capacity of directors to move from transactional to transformative leaders who create opportunities for staff development that promotes teacher leadership and innovative solutions.

Program Management and Educational Leadership: Upcoming Events

04/23/2019
Malden
In this new era of accountability under WIOA, do you believe that you are first and foremost accountable to the...
04/26/2019
Brockton
Do you wish you had someone to brainstorm with about how your year is going? What’s been surprising, challenging, and...
04/29/2019
Holyoke
Do you wish you had someone to brainstorm with about how your year is going? What’s been surprising, challenging, and...

Program Management and Educational Leadership: Resources, Research and Curriculum

Resource Re-Entry Resources for Ex-Offenders
This set comprises two websites and two PDF documents.CareerOneStop – Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders (website): The website provides basic outlines...
Research/Evidence-Based Practice Developing Multicultural Organizations: A Change Model
This resource is an outline of the stages, perspectives, and beliefs which enable organizations to move towards and sustain a diverse, multicultural...
Research/Evidence-Based Practice From Andragogy to Heutagogy
This short article provides a definition of and rationale for embracing the educational concept of heutagogy: self-determined learning.