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Leadership

“School leadership is second only to teaching, among school-related factors, in its impact on student learning, according to research” - The Wallace Foundation

NEW! Rhode Island Standards for Educational Leaders (RISEL)

According to a 2004 study completed by the Wallace Foundation, the impact strong school leadership can have in schools, particularly high-poverty schools, is paramount after teacher effectiveness. The Rhode Island Department of Education is focusing on strengthening leadership in Rhode Island schools in a variety of ways, including the creation, adoption, and implementation of the newly refreshed Rhode Island Standards for Educational Leaders (RISEL).

Created by a workgroup consisting of teachers, principals, superintendents, and RIDE, the RISEL communicate the values, knowledge, and skills required to be an effective district level or school level leader in today’s world. The RISEL will influence leadership preparation, hiring, development and retention practices and inform the work of educational leaders across our state.

Rhode Island Standards for Educational Leaders (RISEL)

NEW! Apply to participate in the National Institute for School Leadership Executive Development Program (NISL-EDP)

With our first Rhode Island Cohort of the NISL-EDP almost complete, we are proud to offer seats for 2018-2019 cohorts of this research-based, nationally recognized program. Thanks to support from the Partnership for Rhode Island, RIDE is making this opportunity available to current and former principals working as education administrators in Rhode Island.

Approximately 25 leaders will be identified for each cohort to participate free-of-charge in this year-long program designed to enhance leadership skills, promote strategic thinking, and cultivate research-based school improvement strategies.
 
Applications to join are due to RIDE by Friday, May 11, 2018.
 
Got Questions? Reach out to Joy Souza, RIDE Leadership Fellow, joy.souza@ride.ri.gov, (401) 222-8406. 
Application for 2018-2019 NISL Executive Development Program
NISL-EDP Brochure
NISL website



Joy Souza
Principal Fellow