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  1. Superintendent/District Office Luncheon Thursday, June 26, 2013

  2. We are glad you are here... • Lunch • Welcome Bob Hoffman • Early Career Principal Leadership Institute • Leading Strands • Data • Early Career Principals and their experience in the Early Career Principal Institute • Overview and update on the Minneapolis Public Schools Aspiring Transformational Principal Program • Edina STEM – Secondary Mathematics Amplified Teacher Licensure Program • St. Peter Aspiring Principal Model • AVID and Leadership • Upcoming year – your needs

  3. WelcomeDr. Robert HoffmanVice President of Strategic Business, Education and Regional Partnerships

  4. Year 1 Data- Institute for Engaged Principal Leadership - Early Career Principals

  5. Early Career Principal Institute Participants • Martha Spriggs, Principal • Scott Masini, Principal • Michelle DeKam-Palmieri, Principal

  6. Promoted • 23% (7) of the participants who completed the program were promoted • 30 completed the program – five left for new positions

  7. Overview and update on the Minneapolis Public Schools Aspiring Transformational Principal Program

  8. MPS and Minnesota State University, Mankato at EdinaAspiring Transformational Principal Academy Lead the change you want to see in urban schools

  9. Why an Aspiring Transformational Principal Academy? • MPS has 13 schools designated as “priority” schools and 23 schools designated as “focus” schools by the state’s new accountability system • Thousands of students at these schools are not getting the quality education they need and deserve in order to be “college and career ready” • Most of these schools have been low-performing for years -- multiplying the negative social and academic impact on students, families, and our community

  10. Why an Aspiring Transformational Principal Academy? Our Objective: To develop a new approach for attracting and preparing aspiring principals to effectively transform underperforming schools and dramatically increase outcomes and opportunities for students

  11. What is the Academy?

  12. What is the Academy?It’s Innovative • Uniquely focused on preparing principals to be transformational leaders in underperforming, urban schools • Partnership between MPS and Minnesota State University-Mankato at Edina, with support from General Mills, Cargill, and Medtronic

  13. What is the Academy?It’s Rigorous • Very selective • small cohort of 6-8 exceptional leaders • Full-time for 13 months • including some evenings and weekends • Standards-based • Regular assessment, including exit panel interview • Counseled out if standards not met

  14. What is the Academy?It’s Rigorous

  15. What is the Academy?It’s Practical • Problem-based, experiential learning • Academic-year residency • Regular, constructive feedback

  16. What is the Academy?It’s Collaborative • Work as a team with other cohort members • Develop collaborative, interpersonal, and management skills • Leverage and disseminate colleagues’ knowledge and skills • Receive individualized coaching and support with leveraging strengths and developing areas for growth • Create lasting bonds with a broad community of educational leaders committed to improving outcomes and opportunities for students throughout MPS

  17. How does it work?

  18. Edina STEM – Secondary Mathematics Amplified Teacher Licensure Program

  19. STEM/Secondary Education Amplified Licensure (SEAL)Program MeetingSecondary Mathematics Teacher initiative

  20. Partnership among... • College of Science, Engineering and Technology, MathematicsDepartment • College of Education, K-12 and Secondary Programs Department • Maverick Recruitment Center • Community Colleges – Anoka, Century, Inver Hills & Normandale – in the planning stages • Minnesota State University, Mankato at Edina

  21. Vision...Provide market driven programs to students in the twin cities that are innovative, effective, relevant and collaborative

  22. Unique features of STEM/SEAL Program: • A 3-year undergraduate licensure program consisting of existing courses at MSU and surrounding community colleges • Creates an option for students interested in a MN 5-12 math license and who live in the metro area

  23. Unique features of STEM/SEAL Program: • Offers a weekly 2-hour advisory/tutoring seminar built into each semester • Students receive ongoing mentoring and coaching for the MTLE exams for wrap-around support throughout the entire program • Students have the ability to take their general education courses in one of four community colleges – still in the planning stages

  24. Fall 2013

  25. St. Peter Emerging Leaders • Focus on developing internal leadership talent • Two aspiring principals with a portion of their day assigned to internship principal • Modified plan of study • Identifying specific onsite assignments/responsibilities • Invited to be part of the early career principal institute • Increased internship time with performance based measures • Expanding 2014-2015?

  26. AVID and Leadership • AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a college readiness system for elementary through higher education that is designed to increase schoolwide learning and performance. • The AVID College Readiness System (ACRS) accelerates student learning, uses research based methods of effective instruction, provides meaningful and motivational professional learning, and acts as a catalyst for systemic reform and change. • We are in the process of infusing the AVID strategies into our Principal preparation programs.

  27. Your needs...