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Tuesday, June 18 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Talent strategies for principals to improve MTSS delivery "Secondary"

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School and district leaders will leave this session with research, tools and strategies for improving MTSS delivery through better talent management. While principals are seen as instructional leaders, they are also the front-line implementers of talent management and workforce development. In fact, principals spend much of their day managing people and giving feedback. A talent management approach to MTSS has two benefits. First, regular and special education can be integrated during classroom observations and feedback, common planning time and professional development, moving the workforce closer to IDEA’s vision of one system serving all students. Second, principals can differentiate educator support and development given the student populations being served. This session will begin with a review of the current research about the career cycle of educators: preparation, recruitment, selection, assignment, development and retention. From that, participants will engage in a scan of their current workforce challenges related to MTSS and, using evidence-based tools, generate strategies for developing the workforce. Participants should be prepared to openly share challenges with colleagues, and both give and receive feedback during the session. The tools and planning processes presented during this session can be used to address a variety of talent management needs.


Michael Moore

Michael Moore has more than 40 years of experience as a K-12 public school educator and has served as a teacher, a high school principal, and a superintendent of schools. Before joining USCHA, Michael led the core program at New Leaders, Inc. as Chief Academic Officer. At the time... Read More →

Tuesday June 18, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm PDT
Ballroom A

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