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ELCC Standard 6

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ELCC 6.1 Candidates understand and can advocate for district students, families, and caregivers.
ELCC 6.2 Candidates understand and can act to influence local, district, state, and national decisions affecting student learning in a district environment.
ELCC 6.3: Candidates understand and can anticipate and assess emerging trends and initiatives in order to adapt district-level leadership strategies.
ELCC 6.1: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to analyze how district law and policy is applied consistently, fairly, and ethically
ELCC 6.1: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to advocate based on an analysis of the complex causes of poverty and other disadvantages
ELCC 6.2: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to advocate for district policies and programs that promote equitable learning opportunities for student success;
ELCC 6.2: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to communicate policies, laws/regulations, and procedures to appropriate district stakeholders.
ELCC 6.3: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to identify and anticipate emerging trends and issues likely to affect the district;
ELCC 6.3: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to adapt district leadership strategies and practice to address emerging district issues.
ELCC 6.1: Demonstrate Demonstrate skills required to serve as a respectful spokesperson for students and families served by the district.
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Select a state legislative proposal that would impact upon education and develop an advocacy plan that supports students, families and caregivers
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Meet with local, regional or state political or community leaders and discuss ways to build stronger relationships to keep informed of issues
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Participate in a county-­‐wide committee that impacts education
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Analyze how state and federal law and policy is applied consistently, fairly and ethically within the school.
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Create a written plan for public advocacy based on an analysis of the complex causes of poverty and other disadvantages and the amount of state and federal funding provided to education
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Review the research on achievement data on various schooling options and analyze in general, the advantages of each regarding achievement, cost, schedule, etc.
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Interview school leaders regarding the managerial and leadership skills required today with those anticipated in the future. Record the list of changes and compare the list with your own skill set. Share and discuss with your site supervisor.
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Attend a Board of Education meeting and analyze the political, economic, and legal implications of selected items that were discussed by the Board of Education
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Attend professional and community meetings in the area that support the school and school district
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Communicate the leadership position as advocates for children and their families through district web sites or traditional communication.
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Lead discussions among leadership staff regarding the equitable application of law and policy district-wide.
ELCC 6.1: Leadership Example Create a written plan for public advocacy based on analysis of the complex causes of poverty and other disadvantages and the amount of state and federal funding provided to education
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Communicate policies, laws/regulations, and procedures to appropriate district stakeholders
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Advocate for district policies and programs that promote equitable learning opportunities for student success.
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Write a letter for the superintendent to legislators considering enacting law that would affect learning
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Select a state legislative proposal that would impact education and develop an advocacy plan that supports students, families, and caregivers.
ELCC 6.2: Leadership Example Attend professional and community meetings in the area that support the school and district
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Meet with local, regional, or state political or community leaders and discuss ways to build stronger relationships to keep informed of issues
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Review the research on achievement data on various schooling options and analyze in general, the advantages of each regarding achievement, cost, schedule, etc.
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Interview school leaders regarding the managerial and leadership skills required today with those anticipated in the future. Record the list of changes and compare the list with your own skill set. Share and discuss with your site supervisor.
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Identify and anticipate emerging trends and issues likely to affect the district
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Analyze the potential impact of emerging trends on the district and its mission
ELCC 6.3: Leadership Example Identify the most frequent legal issues facing a school or district, and develop a report identifying the reasons for these issues, including recommendations for solutions to particular situations.
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