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  • LIVE EVENT

    Lessons Learned from a School Lockdown

    Feb. 24, 2016 10am - 11am CST
    by Jeff Sefcik and Jeremy Schmidt

    This webinar will focus on the lessons learned by two principals after their schools were placed on extended lockdowns during the fall of 2015. Stanton Middle School Principal Jeff Sefcik and Grant Community High School Principal Jeremy Schmidt will discuss a timeline of major events and the subsequent decisions that they had to make during the course of a seven-hour lockdown and reunification.

  • NEW

    Senate Bill 100 Implementation LIVE Recording 2-4-2016

    by Alison Maley and Brian Schwartz, Illinois Principals Association

    This webinar, presented by IPA Legal and Legislative Directors, explores in detail all of the required changes to Illinois student discipline as a result of Senate Bill 100.

  • TRENDING

    Strategies That Support Student Engagement: Effective Pacing

    by Valerie Butrón, Illinois Center for School Improvement

    Four critical questions are considered in order to help determine if students are engaged in a lesson. Lesson pacing which directly relates to engagement is explored along with identification of specific strategies that support effective pacing.

  • TIMELY

    PLC's: Leading the Way to Student Achievement

    by Susan Workman

    This five part series provides an overview of the foundations of Professional Learning Communities, the development of highly effective collaborative teams and how to ensure that teams focus on student learning.

  • FEATURED PARTNER

    Illinois Center for School Improvement

    The mission of the Illinois Center for School Improvement (Illinois CSI) is to lead the delivery of high-quality, research based statewide system of support services designed to raise student performance by increasing district-level capacity for exceptional teaching and learning.

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