Hillsborough School Leadership Framework
With a vision of “Preparing future leaders, learners and thinkers for a global community,” Westminster Public Schools has identified core driving principles that shape their decision making, alignment and the end result.
Unique Callout: Relationship Building
Spring Independent School District
Spring Independent School District rallies around three core tenants: being outcome-driven, service-oriented and relationship-centered. These tenants are critical for their leadership team, as well as their students and faculty.
Unique Callout: Celebrates Success
School District of Philadelphia Leadership Pathways
The School District of Philadelphia has identified six leadership pathways and five distinct leadership roles with guidance on how to achieve each. A great model for principals, teacher leaders, district leaders and more.
Unique Callout: Shared Accountability
Council of State School Officers Leadership Competencies
These buckets of a leadership portrait place the learner at the center of the picture, serving as a continuous reminder to orient around what is important.
Unique Callout: Culture
KIPP Leadership Competencies
KIPP’s Leadership Competencies visualize not only focus areas but also surround supports and callout three core areas for leaders: driving results, building relationships and managing people.
Unique Callout: Stakeholder Management
NEA Leadership Competencies
At the center of the NEA Leadership Competencies is Social and Emotional Intelligence, a critical part of a well-functioning leadership team. This portrait also highlights more typical competencies like organization, fiscal health, etc.
Unique Callout: Social and Emotional Leadership
Goose Creek Portrait of a Leader
The Goose Creek Portrait of a Leader has a series of competencies that help leaders thrive. Key among those may be capacity building, strategy and integrity.
Unique Callout: Develops A Shared Vision
Competencies and Continua for Leaders
The Competencies Continua from Building 21 helps leaders map their progression and demonstrate competency with a set of “I can…” statements including “I can create a school community where all stakeholders feel valued.”
Unique Callout: Create a Just Learning Environment