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Author McLaughlin, Dionne V., author.

Title Personalized principal leadership practices : eight strategies for leading equitable, high achieving schools / Dionne V. McLaughlin (University of South Carolina, USA)
Published Bingley, U.K. : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2020
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Description 1 online resource (240 pages) ; cm
Series Emerald points
Emerald points.
Contents Chapter 1. Personalize the data -- Chapter 2. Generate principal-directed student equity learning goals and promote equitable learning environments -- Chapter 3. Get the right teachers in the classroom, and monitor the implementation of culturally proficient instruction -- Chapter 4. Increase teachers' cultural proficiency -- Chapter 5. Infuse highly structured interventions -- Chapter 6. Utilize student voice data as an integral part of school improvement -- Chapter 7. Create academic affinity groups and scholar support programs for African American and Latinx students -- Chapter 8. Partner with parents: best practices for building strong parent collaborations
Summary Personalized Principal Leadership Practices includes practical solutions to problems principals encounter as they endeavor to solve vexing problems with the underachievement of students of color. Featuring principals which lead schools where 80% or more of African American and Latinx students are proficient on State's standardized English and Math assessments, McLaughlin examines the strategies expert principals utilize: personalizing data by amplifying student academic stories, conducting ORID data chats, developing principal-directed student equity learning goals and increasing teachers' cultural proficiency. Readers are introduced to equity audits, equity focused classroom walkthroughs, student-led equity discussion panels and affinity groups, school-wide intervention programs, including a system for Not Handed ins (NHIs) for missed assignments, and strategies for building trusting relationships with families of color
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Leadership.
Minorities -- Education.
Teacher-principal relationships.
Education -- Administration / School Superintendents & Principals.
Minorities -- Education.
Teacher-principal relationships.
Teaching staff.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1789736358