Modesto City Schools’ Principal Pipeline is a professional development program designed to build capacity at all levels, from teacher leaders to veteran principals. Each of the pipeline modules is designed specifically to the needs of that group and their next steps, with a mapped sequence of professional development offerings that include book lists, trainings on specialized topics and coaching. The document above contains the Principal Pipeline Curriculum Map for the 2020-21 school year.
Tips for decreasing anxiety in children during COVID-19.
A guide on meeting the unique circumstances of Black students that school systems have failed to address.
The Future of Privacy Forum has developed this toolkit to help schools and districts have productive conversations about student privacy.
Read how Dinuba Unified, a small rural school district in Tulare County, transformed its labor-management practices by participating in the California Labor Management Initiative.
The PACCRAS Working Group has developed a roadmap to support California schools in helping their students earn the new California State Seal of Civic Engagement.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom's April 8, 2020 letter to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi requesting federal action in five areas, including education.
The personal and professional development of principals is a key element in creating a caring school in which adults and children feel welcomed, cared for, and challenged.