LEADS 2.0 Principal Rubric Training
School Year 2019-2020:
LEADS 2.0 Principal Rubric is implemented.* LEADS 2.0 Assistant Principal Rubric & LEADS 2.0 Curriculum Program Administrator Rubric will be completed, receive Stakeholder Feedback, and complete design response.
LEADS 2.0 Assistant Principal Rubric & LEADS 2.0 Curriculum Program Administrator Rubric Training.
School Year 2020–2021:
LEADS 2.0 Assistant Principal Rubric & LEADS 2.0 Curriculum Program Administrator Rubric initial statewide implementation.
LEADS On-Boarding Complete!
Please note: LEADS 2.0 Principal Rubric is currently in EdReflect and has been assigned to Principals who were using the original LEADS rubric by Bloomboard. Assistant Principals and Curriculum Program Administrators will continue to use the original LEADS rubric until School Year 2020-2021.
The system for professional support, communication and documentation of District, School and Charter Leaders has been improved. The Office of Educator Effectiveness is proud to share one of the new LEADS rubrics. Officially known as LEADS 2.0, the new rubrics are based on the State Board of Education’s adoption of the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders (CCSSO 2015) as Arkansas’ Leadership Standards. The new, concise format of LEADS 2.0 rubrics supports improved application of leadership best practices while facilitating focus on the power of working together to support each student in Arkansas public and charter schools as they reach ‘future-ready’.
The introduction to the LEADS 2.0 Principal Rubric is occurring statewide as the result of the partnership between eleven (11) Arkansas University Educator Preparation Programs, ADE Educator Effectiveness, Arkansas Educational Service Co-Ops, and Arkansas Education Renewal Zone Directors. Also involved are currently noted Education Leadership practioners in each area.
Registration links for the LEADS 2.0 Rubric trainings are in ADE Commissioner’s Memo #LIC-19-037.
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