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LSA 5030 The Principalship: Web Sites

NC Standards for School Executives


NC Standards for School Executives, As Approved by the State Board of Education 2006 and 2011, Revised May 2013
 

Web Sites

North Carolina:

NC Education Research Council - Has research council reports in PDF format for easy downloads. It also has a starter bibliography related to some of the issues identified as crucial for moving North Carolina to the top of the nation in education. You'll find another set of good links here.

Public School Forum of North Carolina - This organization maintains an excellent set of links, publishes some of its reports on line, and provides a weekly news subscription service (all you have to do is sign up).
 

Other sites:

SERVE (Southern Regional Vision for Education - a federal education lab) - Is affiliated with UNCG and has downloadable reports, solid links to other agencies, and current information related to regional education.

Achieve, Inc., - A nonprofit organization that helps states raise academic standards, measure performance against those standards, establish clear accountability for results and strengthen public confidence in our education system. It is, in many respects, the voice of the business community in the current standards movement.

Common Sense Foundation - For a progressive perspective on social policy issues in North Carolina, including education. They have a decent critique of the state testing program online; it can be easily downloaded.

Council of Chief State School Officers   and "Standards for School Leaders"

National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators

No Child Left Behind

Southern Regional Education Board  - To locate School Leadership publications,  See Search Publications >> From the drop-down choose School Leadership

U.S. Department of Education,The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001)