At A Glance
Join renowned education expert Paul Bambrick-Santoyo in this exclusive one-day training. Learn and practice strategies to support your school leader’s instructional growth, build instructional practices across an entire network of schools, and ensure that all students learn to their maximum potential.
Date: Thursday, September 7, 2017 from 8 AM – 5 PM
Designed exclusively for: Individuals who coach or supervise school leaders
Cost: Early Bird- $350/person (July 17-August 7); Regular registration- $400/person (August 8-August 25)
Cultivating School Leaders for Principal Managers with Paul Bambrick-Santoyo
Principal managers are a key lever in creating and ensuring sustainable change in schools and school networks. This one-day workshop facilitated by Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, author and Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Development at Uncommon Schools, is specifically designed to develop and refine the instructional leadership skills of principal managers and provide them with the knowledge and skills they need to improve the instructional quality of their school leaders.
In this workshop, leaders will learn how to manage principals around data-driven instruction and manage a group of schools to high student achievement.
Leaders will learn how to:
- identify key patterns across multi-school data and identify the right action step
- lead effective weekly meetings with principals to quicken their development in leading data-driven instruction
*Each participant is eligible to receive 8 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits toward Texas educator requirements for their positive attendance and participation in the training. Please note that late arrivals or early departures by more than half an hour will count as an absence.
Paul Bambrick-Santoyo is the Chief Schools Officer for High Schools and K-12 Content Development. Prior to that role, Bambrick-Santoyo spent 13 years leading Uncommon’s Newark-based schools, North Star Academies. During his tenure at North Star, the schools grew from serving less than 300 students to over 3,000 while at the same time making dramatic gains in student achievement. North Star’s results make them among the highest-achieving urban schools in the nation and winners of multiple recognitions, including the US Department of Education’s National Blue Ribbon Award.
Author of Driven by Data, Leverage Leadership, and Great Habits, Great Readers, Bambrick-Santoyo has trained over 15,000 school leaders worldwide in instructional leadership, including multiple schools that have gone on to become the highest-gaining or highest achieving schools in their districts, states and/or countries. Based on that success, Bambrick-Santoyo co-founded the Relay National Principals Academy Fellowship and is founder and Dean of the Leverage Leadership Institute, creating proofpoints of excellence in urban schools nationwide.
Prior to joining North Star, Bambrick-Santoyo worked for six years in a bilingual school in Mexico City, where he founded the International Baccalaureate program at the middle school level. He earned a B.A. in Social Justice from Duke University and his M.Ed. in School Administration via New Leaders from the City University of New York—Baruch College.
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We have a limited number of spots available for this event. Please reach out to email@example.com for registration information.
When is the deadline to register?
Early Bird Registration ends on Monday, August 7 at 11:30pm CST or when capacity is reached. Early Bird Registration is $350 per person.
The regular registration deadline is Friday, August 25 at 11:30pm CST or when capacity is reached. Regular Registration is $400 per person.
I can no longer attend the event. Does Teaching Trust offer refunds?
Unfortunately, Teaching Trust cannot offer refunds once an order has been placed. However, you may substitute another individual from your district/organization at no fee. Please provide final attendee information by Friday, August 25, 2017 by emailing Haley Pittman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do I earn CPE credits?
Participants are eligible to receive 8 CPE credits for their participation in the workshop. Participants must sign in to register their attendance.
At the conclusion of the series, participants will be awarded all hours (8) or no hours (0) based on their attendance. Please note that late arrivals or early departures by more than half an hour will count as an absence.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For questions or concerns about the training, please contact Haley Pittman at email@example.com.