A new video, produced by Michaela Fray and Anne Cashman at the Regional Office of Education #1, captures the coaching model within the LEAD Project and documents the shift in the coaching model during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
An article written by Dr. Mark Hansen on the Leadership for Equity (LFE) Micro-Credential Series for School and District Leaders was recently published in the Illinois Association of School Boards’ journal.
Staff in the Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) connected with researchers from Prague, Czech Republic on Tuesday, September 8, to share strategies and practices for preparing and evaluating leadership preparation programs.
Did you know that Illinois is one of only six states that require principals to take course work that covers early learning content during their principal preparation program?
The Center for the Study of Education Policy, with its partners from Leading Ed Partnerships, has just released Phase 3 of a four-phase series of planning tools and resources
The Center for the Study of Education Policy has released a list of anti-racist resources. The resources are organized by different categories, including: General Anti-Racism Books and Resources Preschool and Early Learning Resources K-12 Resources Post-secondary Resources Webinars and TedTalks Documentaries The resources were selected to help inform educators’ practices and may be used as a
The former executive director of the Illinois Board of Higher Education (IBHE) will take over Grapevine, a trusted source for higher education funding trends in the U.S. since 1961.
The Center for the Study of Education Policy, has just released Phase 2 of a four-phase series of planning tools and resources.
Know that kids are learning when they’re offline too.
The Center for the Study of Education Policy has begun creating a four-phase series of planning tools and resources designed to support schools navigating their work during coronavirus (COVID-19).