2015-2016 Program Offerings
Rural School Districts Network - The network engages rural Superintendents and their leadership teams in professional learning and networking focused on improving achievement and closing the achievement gap.
Link to Rural Network website here.
Upcoming Rural Network events:
- Annual Kick-Off Sept. 16, 2015 (CSUF-Smittcamp)
- District Visitation Oct. 20, 2015 (Washington Union)
- District Visitation Feb. 2, 2016 (Fowler Unified)
- District Visitation Mar. 4, 2016 (Monroe Elem )
- District Visitation Apr. 5, 2016 (Corcoran Unified)
- End-of-Year May 17, 2016 (CSUF, RDH)
NEW. Teacher Leader 4-Part Series
Whether you are a teacher operating in a leadership capacity or you lead teachers, this series of workshops is for you!
Teacher leaders are critical to school's successful implementation of California Common Core State Standards (CaCCSS). Lead teachers across our Valley have been working with colleagues to master critical and instructional concepts. However, equally important will be their understanding and use of leadership practices to support their colleagues during this complex time of change..
This Teacher Leader workshop series is specifically designed for teachers in instructional leadership roles- grade level chairs, department chairs, PLC leads, teachers on special assignment, or instructional coaches. Participants will deepen their curricular expertise while learning effective leadership strategies.
For more information, contact Mabel Franks at email@example.com
Middle Leaders Program - This program designed for certificated and classified middle managers focuses on team-building, leading change, creating positive work environments and dealing with difficult people.
REAL--Project REAL prepares aspiring CSU leaders for the challenges and responsibilities of their future roles. Currently, CSU Fresno, CSU Bakersfield, and CSU Monterey are participants in REAL.
Community College Leadership Academic Seminar Series (CCLASS)--This program ensures higher education partners that their future leaders have been well prepared for the leadership responsibilities of higher education administrative roles.
It is possible that LCFF, Federal Stimulus and categorical funds (i.e. TITLE I, II, III, QEIA, SAIT, EIA, and school based categorical funds) can be used to pay for CVELI events. Check with your district chief business official to see if funding is available for your attendance at CVELI-sponsored workshops, conferences and trainings..