For school improvement or turnaround, don’t go it alone. The amount of necessary coaching at the leadership and classroom levels begs for a side-by-side trusted partner who is NOT evaluating but truly there supporting PLCs and classrooms by showing you how to take each step.
Equity issues manifest at the testing level, root causes are at the system level NOT the student level. All LSI classroom walks from Rigor to Curriculum focus on the school systems and providing rigorous instruction to all students - without directly evaluating the teachers.
Partnering Alongside Principals to Create Distributed Leadership and Build Morale
Together, LSI experts who have sat in your chair can help you address the student equity and access crisis with a vision for high-quality Tier 1 instruction. We want to prevent burnout while at the same time build a leadership succession pipeline that includes peer and district support.
By delivering access to reliable instructional data, you will be able to adapt to remote and hybrid learning, stay aligned to the instructional vision with communities of practice and be prepared for a return to brick and mortar.
You will take away actionable steps to improve the school environment in line with district goals, all while increasing the effectiveness of your core instruction and closing learning gaps.
Contact me and let’s develop a custom plan to suit your needs.
Penny Sell, M.Ed
YEARS IN EDUCATION: 30+ KEY ROLES: Executive Director, Leadership Development and Model Schools in ARC – Schools for Rigor, Teacher, School/District-level Administrator, Assistant Principal, Trainer, Leadership Coach, Consultant
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“One of the things (LSI’s) Instructional Leadership Institute has provided for us is consistent training districtwide. You need consistency to prevent schools from becoming islands. Pulling in the teacher coaches to go to the Leadership Institute trainings is so helpful because they can then take what they’ve learned back to their individual buildings so there is consistency across the district.” – Sarah Marxhausen, Principal, Princeton (MN) Public Schools
How We Work For You
In school after school, district after district, year after year, we’ve supported the professional development of everyone involved in education. It’s not a one-day course for us: it’s a matter of giving you the tools you can use tomorrow, the next day, and for years to come.