School Leaders Mentoring and Professional Development Programs
Over the past nine years, over 150 school administrators have participated in the MILE state-approved New Principals Mentoring program. This year-long program pairs new school leaders with experienced principals for 50 contact hours focusing on communication, team-building and time management skills, as well as strategies for success. MILE mentors have received CLASS and VAL-ED training and, together with their mentees, have access to additional professional development experiences through this program. For more information, contact Dr. Tom Eddy (firstname.lastname@example.org), Senior Project Leader, at 708.235.7179.
Principal Performance Based Evaluation Model
Over the past six years, we have partnered with over 30 school districts and more than 300 school leaders (principals and assistant principals) who participated in a comprehensive, formative, and performance-based evaluation model. Call Dr. Donna Joy (email@example.com), Senior Project Leader,at 708.534.1649, to learn more about using the model for your district.
Graduate Cohorts in Educational Administration
Multi-categorical Special Education and Reading
If you would like to host a Graduate Cohort in your District please email Dr. Dor Fitzgerald, Graduate Cohort Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 708.534.4536.
Mandatory School Board Leadership Training
GSU/MILE is approved by the ISBE to offer this four-hour training on professional development leadership training, covering topics in education and labor law, financial oversight and accountability, the Open Meetings Act, and the fiduciary responsibilities of a board member. To learn more, contact Dr.Tom Eddy, Senior Project Leader, at 708.235.7179.