Kentucky school principals will receive executive-level leadership training through an institute being created and funded by the state’s business community through the Kentucky Chamber Foundation.
Pilot classes of the Leadership Institute for School Principals will begin this summer for principals (two groups of 24 each) who will participate in sessions at the nationally recognized Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, N.C., and follow-up sessions in the fall and early next year in Kentucky. CCL is a top-ranked global provider of executive education founded in 1970 that established an education and nonprofit section in 1988. Numerous Kentucky corporations use CCL to provide training for their executives.
The institute, which has the support of the AT&T Foundation, is available to Kentucky principals who have at least one year of experience working at any school level. Both public and private school principals may apply.
Principals selected for the program will attend at no cost to themselves. Tuition and hotel costs will be paid by the Kentucky Chamber Foundation, and each participant will receive a stipend to cover travel and meals. Click here for information how to apply.