The coordinating committee of the National Summit for Principal Supervisors invites school districts, universities and other leaders in education to submit proposals to present at the fourth annual Summit for Principal Supervisors.  The 2019 theme is:

 

Innovating Education Through Leadership

 

Innovating Education through Leadership

Educators, educational leaders, principal supervisors and aspiring principal supervisors are invited to submit a proposal for presentation that addresses how programs, initiatives and/or practices in the areas of professional development, school improvement, legislation/policy, finance, leadership, human resources, and organizational culture are aligned and related to internal consistency, focus, and coherence in how districts define and support the work of principal supervisors. We are especially interested in receiving proposals that provide clear, convincing data that the program/initiative is effective in aligning strategic goals for supporting and evaluating principals with the structure and management of their supervisory and support systems. Presentations that provide practical approaches to guiding school principals through important transitions such as implementing Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), Common Core and National Standards for Principal Supervisors are of interest.

Private Sector providers are required to partner with a school district and/or university to be considered.  The proposal must be submitted by the school district and/or university and must be practical, demonstrative and focused on the professional development of the audience.  In short, presentations must not be sales pitches.  Groups not adhering to these guidelines will be automatically excluded from the scoring process and deemed ineligible to present.

2019 Conference Strands

  1. Engaging Principals in Professional Learning Strategies
  2. Using Evidence of Principals’ Effectiveness to Determine Necessary Improvements
  3. Finding the Time to Help Principals Grow as Instructional Leaders
  4. Leading Strategic Change that Improves School Performance
  5. Social Emotional Learning – Conditions for Learning
  6. Leading Outside the Box- Research, Policy and Innovation
  7. Moving the Needle: Advancing Diversity in Leaders and Leadership
  8. Ensuring Cultural and Social Responsiveness in Schools

 

 

Download 2019 Presentations

Improvement Science Meets Agile

Elevate Your School’s Achievement by Developing Student Ownership

What You Measure is What Matters

Principal Supervisors as Coaches for Leadership Development

The Learning Leader

Organizing Centrally to Accelerate Performance

Sharing the Road: A Network Approach to Strategic Leadership

Clearing the Lens for Classroom Walkthroughs

A Systemic Approach to Promoting Principal Growth in Instructional Leadership

Micro-Credentials: Competency-Based Skill Recognition for Leaders

Learning to Lead – A Professional Learning Cycle for Developing Instructional Leaders

Leaders Are Learners Too!

The Journey of School Improvement

Beyond Grit: How Principals can Impact Student Achievement by Integrating SEAD into the Academic Core

Incorporating Social Emotional Learning into Our Practice: One District’s Journey

Enculturating Acceptance

Early Warning Indicator Teams- Central Office and School Level Collective Leadership Actions (CLA) toward Promotion, Graduation and College and Career Readiness

Developing Principal Capacity to Implement a District Focus

THE Change Leader Coaching principals to their peak performance after the shift from management to instructional leadership

Building Your Bench: DCPS’ Approach to Distributive Leadership in Schools

Coaching Principals for Student Achievement

Building the Capacity of Leaders in High Needs

Building Instructional Leaders

Addressing the Culture Gap