Effective District Level Leader Promotes The Success Of Learning For All Students

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ELCC Standard 1.0 The effective district-level leader promotes the success of learning for all students through a shared collaboration, articulation, and implementation with stakeholders on the vision and mission of the school district. The use of data is collected and assessed as a continual toward school improvement. ELCC 1.1. Standard Element ELCC 1.1 addresses specific professional leadership skills and knowledge for an effective leader to be able to communicate the vision and mission of the school district to internal and external stakeholders: stewardship, implementing and developing methods that ensure collaboration among the stakeholders. ELCC 1.1 is a culmination of assigned readings, coursework, and…show more content…
ELCC 1.2. Standard Element ELCC 1.2 addresses collecting and analyzing data to improve and achieve academic goals outlined by the district. ELCC 1.2 is a culmination of assigned readings and internship activities. The internship activities were Organizational Effectiveness, Field Project-Issue Impacting Learning, Effective Schools Project, School Board Activity, Field Experience Project, and Diversity Plan Outline. These activities refined my critical and analytical thinking skills, which enabled me to understand in-depth the analysis of major issues in schools: 1) data design; 2) collection of data; 3) understanding assessment of data; 4) organizational effectiveness and how it effects student achievement. The Organizational Effectiveness internship activity took place in Abu Dhabi, UAE, with a local school in the Abu Dhabi Educational Council school district. To understand the organizational effectiveness of the Abu Dhabi Educational Council school district, attendance data was collected, attendance policy reviewed, and staff surveyed influenced by the district’s policy. The policy analysis was developed from the data collected and analyzed, comparing Abu Dhabi Education Council’s district policies for teachers with other districts of the United States of America of various sizes in student population and staff. In comparing
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