The deadline is approaching for the Arizona Educational Foundation’s Principals Leadership Academy of Arizona (PLAA) course.
Now in its 12th year, the PLAA is a nine-month course of study for aspiring school leaders designed and facilitated by some of Arizona’s most successful principals and district administrators.
The deadline to apply is Monday, Aug. 31. Visit azedfoundation.org/principals-lead-academy.
Designed and facilitated by Arizona administrators for first-year principals or individuals seeking to become school leaders, the program showcases practices and strategies from successful administrators who work in Arizona schools. All participants are paired with a Principal Mentor and have the opportunity to visit an A+ School of Excellence.
PLAA curriculum uses the Professional Standards for Educational Leaders developed by the Chief Council of State School Officers as a framework. Rather than place a new principal into a school and hope for the best, PLAA grounds participants in best practices in leadership so that they are prepared for the realities of leading a school.
Sessions begin Sept. 19, and all sessions from September through December takes place on Zoom.
Call 480-421-9376 or email Kim Graham at email@example.com.