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Title: A Suggested Framework for Developing a Performance Based Educational Leadership Certification Program


1
Georgia Professional Standards Commission
Leadership Certification Update
August 15, 2008
2
Because Leadership Matters. Because Leadership
Preparation Makes a Difference.
Because What We Have Been Doing is NOT
Working. Because Performance-Based is the
Missing Link.
3
Understand this is a Significant Change.
It is NOT a typical PSC Rule change. There Will
Be Obstacles and Resistance.
Two Ways of Approaching a Task
Find Reasons Why it Wont Work
Find Ways to Make it Work
4
The job of school leaders has been transformed by
extraordinary economic, demographic,
technological, and global change.
Educating School Leaders Arthur Levine, 2005
5
PREPARATION STANDARDS AND APPROVED PROGRAMS
LEADERSHIP REDESIGN
  • ASSESSMENT
  • CERTIFICATE STRUCTURE

6
The Georgia Model for Educational Leadership
The Learning Leader
Selecting Appropriate Staff Hiring Appropriate
Staff Evaluation Strategies Assessing
System/Staff Needs Retraining weak staff Removing
Problem staff Professional Development
Skills Adult Learning Theory Applied
Motivational Theories Team Building
Skills Distributed Leadership Skills Teacher
Support Skills Communication Skills
State Budgeting Procedures Financial
Forecasting Cost Effective Planning Resource
Allocation Cash Flow Management Accurate Fiscal
Reporting Pupil Personnel Services Benefits
Programs Facilities Planning Maintenance Purchas
ing Risk Management Administering Auxiliary
Programs Organizational Structure Local Policy
Development Georgia School Law State and Federal
Regulations Ethics for Georgia Educators Technolog
y Based Info. Mgmt.
Leadership Theory Principles of Strategic
Planning Systems Theory Development of a
Vision Implementation of a Vision Community
Political Analysis Conflict Mediation Consensus
Building Change Process Basic Research
Skills Statistical Interpretation Developing a
database Acquisition of appropriate data Data
analysis techniques Selecting Improvement
Options Communication Skills
Applied Learning Theories Student Growth
Development Organizational Structure Curriculum
Design Curriculum Implementation Curriculum
Evaluation Curriculum Alignment Measurement
Assessment Data-Based Decision Making Cognitive
Development Learning Theories Principles of
Effective Instruction Teaching Strategies Scheduli
ng Applied Motivational Theories Classroom
Management
Murphy and Hill 2006
7
GEORGIA LEADER
Any individual who has the authority and/or
responsibility, in a supervisory role, for
Board-approved educational programs and/or
personnel required to hold certification for
their assigned job as determined by the PSC.
8
LEADER DEFINITION
For the Purpose (Only) of Accepting Candidates
into an L-6/7 Performance-Based
Program, Leadership Position Determined by the
Local School System in
Partnership with their College/University Provider
9
Certificate Structure
10
L-5 Program and GACE Assessment
  • Similar structure to existing programs.
  • Emphasis on Leadership Core Knowledge.
  • Content must be aligned with new standards.
  • GACE Leadership Assessment must be passed.

Masters Degree or higher may be in any field,
combined with GACE Leadership Assessment.
11
L-6 or L-7 Program
  • Performance-Based
  • Building or System level, based on leaders
    area of job responsibility
  • Building Leader programs emphasize
    Instructional Leadership skills focused on
    student achievement.
  • System Leader programs emphasize Management of
    Resources to facilitate student learning.

12
New Georgia Leadership Certificates
PL
PL
Superintendent (PL-6/7)
NPL
Building Leader (PL-6/7)
System Leader (PL-6/7)
PL
NPL
Employment in an Educational Leadership Position
NL
Pre-Service Leadership Candidate (NL-5gt)
13
LEADERSHIP PREPARATION CHANGES Where are we
NOW?
  • New preparation standards approved, effective
    April 15, 2007.
  • Previous state-approved programs sunset on
    July 1, 2008.
  • New performance-based programs approved at
    14 Georgia Universities as of July 10, 2008.

New state-approved programs will begin in Fall
2008.
14
LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT CHANGES Where are we
NOW?
  • The GACE Leadership Assessment was administered
    for the first time on June 14, 2008.
  • Passing scores were set by the PSC on August 14,
    2008 and scores from the June test will be
    distributed on August 29, 2008.
  • The last date the Praxis Leadership test could be
    taken and used for Leadership certification in
    Georgia WAS March 15, 2008. (Special re-test for
    those pre-registered, missed due to Atlanta
    tornado scored and mailed on April 29, 2008.)

15
OLD GEORGIA CERTIFICATE HOLDERS - What About Us?
  • Holders of Clear Renewable L-5, L-6 or L-7
    certificates issued prior to SEP 30, 2009

GRANDFATHERED - KEEP L CERTIFICATE
Certificate will NOT be Performance-Based.
Renew with standard
requirements.
Continue to be eligible to be hired/serve as
leaders. If L-5, do NOT have to move
to PL-6 or PL-7. May
elect to add PB Designators, not required.

16
What if I am Already Enrolled in a Georgia
Leadership Program?
  • Complete Existing Program and
  • pass Praxis Leadership test by NLT March 15,
    2008
  • OR
  • pass GACE Leadership Assessment to be given the
    first time on June 14, 2008.

The Date of PROGRAM COMPLETION
is the Key..
17
What if I am Already Enrolled in a Georgia
Leadership Program?
  • Those completing their initial Leadership Program
    AFTER September 30, 2009 must have
    GACE and, upon leadership
    employment, MUST enroll in a
    Level-6 or Level-7 Performance-Based Leadership
    Program.

18
What if I am an Incoming Out-of State Leadership
Certificate Holder?
  • No change from existing procedures.
  • Move employment to Georgia with out-of-state
    L certificate and L content test
  • Meet Sp GA Req, get Clear Renewable L (Not
    PB).
  • Without Sp GA Req, get 1-year NL to meet.
  • May elect to add Performance-Based
    Designators, optional not required.
  • NOTE In this case, we DO accept out-of-state L
    Content Test.

19
What if I Work in Georgia and Complete an Out-of
State Leadership Program?
  • After Sep 30, 2009, if employed in GA school, and
    complete an initial out-of-state (non-PSC
    approved) Leadership Program

Get an upgrade of Georgia certificates.
If meet
Sp GA Req (including GACE), get NL cert.
Upon Leadership employment, enter
a Performance- Based L-6 or L-7 Program.

If do not
meet Sp GA req, get no L cert until met.
NOTE In this case, do NOT accept out-of-state
L Content Test.
20
APPROVED GEORGIA LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
  1. Albany State University NL-5,
    PL-6 2. Augusta
    State University NL-5, PL-6
    3. Berry College PL-6
    4. Clark
    Atlanta University NL-5, PL-6, PL-7
    5. Columbus State University
    NL-5, PL-6
    6. Georgia College State Univ
    NL-5, PL-6 7.
    Georgia Southern University NL-5, PL-6
    8. Georgia State
    University NL-5, PL-6
    9. Kennesaw State University
    NL-5 10.
    Mercer University NL-5,
    PL-6 11. North Georgia
    College NL-5, PL-6
    12. University of Georgia NL-5, PL-6
    13. University of West
    Georgia NL-5, PL-6
    14. Valdosta State University NL-5,
    PL-6, PL-7

21
LEADERSHIP PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUESTS
OUT-OF-STATE INQUIRIES 1. Central
Michigan University 2. Lincoln
Memorial University 3. Nova
Southeastern University 4.
Argosy University
5. Capella University
6. University of Phoenix
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Supervised Residency Specialist Doctoral Level
  • Guideline 1 Trained and qualified coach
  • Conference 4 times
  • BLCS Team at least 3 times
  • On-site coaching sessions 4 times
  • Examine portfolio documentation Standards 1-6
    feedback.
  • Guide the beginning leader to apply the knowledge
    and skills

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Supervised Residency Specialist Doctoral Level
  • Guideline 2 Supervisor/building or system (or
    designee)
  • Support institution personnel activities of BLC
  • Assist the institution arranging conferences.
  • Provide time to fulfill the responsibilities of
    the residency.
  • Serve on the BLCST
  • Meet with the beginning leader 36 clock hours
  • Observe 6 times
  • Guide the beginning leader to apply the knowledge
    and skills

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Supervised Residency Specialist Doctoral Level
  • Guideline 3 Beginning Leader Candidate
    Support Team
  • Meet at least three times (B/M/E)
  • Create the Individual Induction Plan.
  • Establish observation experiences
  • Examine portfolio.
  • Evaluate progress and establish areas of need
  • Determine if requirements for the residency have
    been satisfactorily met

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