Join a leadership academy for family child care providers. Get ready to be empowered with specialized training in business and professional practices. Explore how maintaining successful business practices helps foster and maintain positive relationships with children and families. Participate in a facilitated group and build a community of practice to enhance your work as both a business owner and educator. Gain a deeper understanding of your role as a catalyst for change. Create a quality improvement plan demonstrating qualities of excellence aligned with the Illinois Family Child Care Credential and ExceleRate Illinois QRIS.
- Read the information below for an understanding of the Taking the Lead (TTL) program
- Complete this application and submit before July 30, 2021
Ready to impact your school, district and community around racial and social justice issues? Want to brainstorm with other leaders how to address equity and resilience related issues? The NEA, in partnership with the Kellogg Foundation, has developed a cutting edge leadership development program for those interested in racial, social and educational justice. The IEA and the Opportunity Coalition are pleased to announce the Leaders for Just Schools cohorts for the 2021-22 school year. The instructors are state and local leaders, award winning educators and experienced community organizers who will help you build momentum for change in your local schools and communities. Cohort members who successfully complete the program will receive a micro credential and will have the opportunity to earn an organizing stipend to continue the work.
Dates for the 2021-22 Leaders for Just Schools Level 1 Cohort: – September 18 – November 13 – January 22 – April 23
All sessions will be held 9-11:30 a.m.
Join LPI’s team of research, policy, and communication experts working to improve education policy and practice that supports empowering and equitable learning for each and every child. LPI has offices in Palo Alto, CA, and Washington, D.C. Our staff is committed to ensuring that all students have access to a high-quality education that fully prepares them for the new challenges of our fast-changing, knowledge-based society. LPI is accepting applications for internships, and is seeking an experienced Research Director (see links below).
LPI interns work with researchers and policy advisors on a wide range of projects that further equity in education. LPI ensures that internships are meaningful and provide opportunities for professional growth. Internships are paid. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, LPI’s work-at-home policy is currently in place through September 7 (subject to extension pending circumstances) and positions will work virtually until offices are open.