Working With Principals
Bring principals into the fold with an effective instructional leadership framework that empowers them to support teachers.
Give principals the tools they need to improve their schools.
Guide teachers toward consistently effective instruction.
Support teachers as they apply strategies that improve learning.
Learn how principals at exemplary schools achieved success.
Identify the most effective learning strategies and methods.
Show teachers how to implement strategies that work for their students.
Monitor progress and critically evaluate teacher effectiveness.
These school districts are glad they chose Learning-Focused
Learning-Focused helped us increase our school letter grade from C to B and build a strong culture of learning.
Principal, Ventura Elementary School
Thanks to Learning-Focused, we now have a common language for discussion regarding teaching and learning.
Principal William Penn High School
After 35 years in education, I finally have the ability to give our teachers the tools they need to ensure every student is engaged and growing in knowledge.
Principal, Harns Marsh Middle School
Our district staff has had an amazing year with Learning-Focused! Visual signs of the transformation are displayed in every building.
Dr. Susan Collins
Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Garden City Public Schools
Learning-Focused helped us become one of the top-performing districts in the state of Delaware.
Director of Secondary Education, Indian River School District
Since implementing the Learning-Focused Model, our district has made significant improvement in all areas of state testing.
Assistant Superintendent, Penns Valley Area School District
Learning-Focused is the way to make you the best teacher. The one whose students know, understand, can do the jobs of the future.
From school leaders to instructional leaders
To achieve improvement goals, principals need to support teachers as they implement instructional strategies. Through effective instructional leadership in schools, principals can pursue the desired instructional change.