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Leadership--Principal/School Leadership--Induction Programs and Mentoring


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State Status/Date Level Summary
ORSigned into law 07/2013P-12
Postsec.
Network of Quality Teaching and Learning
H.B. 3233
Establishes the Network of Quality Teaching and Learning, which consists of the Oregon Education Investment Board (OEIB), department of education, and public and private entities. Provides the purposes of the network are to:
(1) Enhance a culture of leadersh...

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VASigned into law 03/2013P-12School personnel evaluation policies and grievance procedures.
H.B. 2151/S.B. 1223
Makes several changes to the processes by which teachers and certain administrators are evaluated and to the grievance procedure process. Requires teachers, assistant principals, and principals to be evaluated every year, either formally or informally, and suc...

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VTSigned into law 05/2011P-12Mentoring for Principals
H.B. 430
Requires that a district that hires a principal or a technical center director who has not been employed previously in that capacity, to work to ensure that the new principal or technical center director receives mentoring supports during at least the first tw...

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ARSigned into law 03/2011P-12Superintendent Mentoring Program
S.B. 344
Directs the Department of Education to develop and sponsor a superintendent mentoring program for first-year superintendents that includes: (A) Curriculum and instruction; (B) Ethics; (C) Facilities; (D) Human resources; (E) Leadership; (F) School funding; and...

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ILAdopted 06/2010P-12Mentoring Program for New Principals
23 IAC 35.10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60
Primarily from administrative register: Public Act 96-373, effective August 13, 2009, amended Section 2-3.53a of the School Code to also authorize the provision of mentoring services to principals first hired after
July 1, 2008, who are in their second year of...

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