Aspirant leaders must be ready and able to assume the role of instructional champion—working on many fronts to improve and sustain student achievement. At the same time, they need to manage the academic development of a changing school population and accelerate the development of teachers. These initiatives require school leaders to focus on the management of resources as well as the ongoing renewal of school culture.


Benefits: This community of practice will help you develop an understanding of the school improvement cycle; identify school and classroom practices which support student achievement; and develop an awareness of processes and procedures that effective schools use to build professional relationships.


For more information about Aspirant Leaders Community of Practice, please contact:

Diane Dugas
EASTCONN Administrative Offices & Conference Center
376 Hartford Turnpike
Hampton, CT 06247
860-455-1591

Faith Grist
EASTCONN Administrative Offices & Conference Center
376 Hartford Turnpike
Hampton, CT 06247
860-455-1569 , Ext.3038
fgrist@eastconn.org