The content of the book is rooted in Standard Five of the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium Standards for School Leaders.
What does SSL stand for?
SSL stands for Standards for School Leaders
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From Teacher to Principal Along with their grants, the Wallace Foundation stipulates four areas on which recipient districts must concentrate: * setting high standards for school leaders * training future principals vigorously * hiring selectively * offering strong on-the-job support for novices Within these guidelines, districts are expected to develop their own homegrown programs.
States are in the process of developing standards for school leaders to ensure that all administrators have the skills necessary to lead their schools so students reach the highest level of achievement possible.
The Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium's Standards for School Leaders (ISLIC Standards) are being adopted by a growing number of state education agencies.
Also printed in the book is Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium: Standards for School Leaders, which was the foundation for topics covered, as well as how to implement an online course, and a guide to drawing on the case studies.
The Interstate School Leaders License Consortium's (ISLLC) Standards for School Leaders (1996), the Standards for Advanced Programs in Educational Leadership (2002) offered by the National Policy Board for Educational Administration (NPBEA), and a host of state educational leadership standards are imbued with the theme that, "The central responsibility of leadership is to improve teaching and learning.