Leadership Development Programs
Teachers21 is offering 5 leadership development programs that begin summer 2015
For Aspiring Principals:
The Urban Principal's Development Program is for teachers aspiring to be leaders of a high-needs school who are sponsored by their district. The program consists of a 4-week summer intensive followed by 12 training sessions and coaching throughout the year to complete the Massachusetts requirements for licensure as a principal.
Approximate cost: $14,500 + $3,500 with a Master's degree in Organizational Management from Endicott College.
The Leadership Licensure Program, administered by the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association (MSSAA) and taught by Teachers21 faculty, consists of 2 summer weeks and 12 Friday evening / Saturday sessions during the year. With completion of the required practicum hours and Performance Assessments for Leaders (MA-PALs), candidates can earn a Director's license or a Principal's license.
Approximate cost: $11,300, $16,450 with a Master's degree from Endicott College.
For Principals in their first years:
The Newly Appointed Principals track of the Urban Principals Development Program features a 1-week summer immersion led by Teachers21 President John D'Auria and New Bedford Chief Academic Officer Jason DeFalco, a mid-year leadership retreat and 20 hours of personal, on-site coaching.
Approximate cost: $12,000.
The New Principals Institute provides a two and a half day introduction for new leaders and 8 monthly group meetings (1.5 hours) to guide and support the growth and success of the participants. Contact us for more information.
Approximate cost: $1,495.
For Assistant Principals seeking to deepen their leadership skills:
The Assistant Principals Institute provides a two day introduction and 8 monthly group breakfast meetings support the growth and success of the participants. Contact us for more information.
Approximate cost: $695.