Our professional learning is research-based, contextualized and collaborative. Experiences are organized by primary participants and often include leaders from other parts of the system. You can get a comprehensive overview of our approach here.
Develop a shared vision for instructional coaching and implement strategies to grow the impact of your coaching program, so you can better support your teachers and students.
Develop collective leadership skills to create school environments, cultures and practices that center student experiences and strengthen teacher professional learning.
Generate a shared understanding of student-centered instructional practice and create more responsive teacher learning opportunities across your system.
Build instructional leadership capacity across a team of educators — instead of a single leader — so you can create more sustainable opportunities for student engagement and learning.
Foster the conditions for your teachers to work better together, so you can improve your students’ learning opportunities and outcomes.
Easily gather concrete data about your leaders’ strengths and opportunities for growth — a baseline to guide professional learning.
Develop a leadership strategy and skills that engage principals as partners and support instructional leadership growth.
Develop a strategy and skills to strengthen the instructional partnership with school leaders, so high-engagement learning happens across your schools.
For school systems interested in continuing the learning following the National Principal Supervisor Academy, we recommend shifting the focus to school leaders and explore CEL’s Instructional Leadership Academy and/or Leading Equitable Schools.