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        Developing Assistant Principals

        The assistant principal’s position remains an important step in the development of a school leader. We have come to understand that the position alone, without careful mentoring and training, does not provide the potential principal with the “big picture” of the principalship and all it encompasses. The mentor also must learn how to work differently with the aspiring principal to help them develop the necessary skills within the framework of a quality training program. Key skills lie in the emotional intelligence area.

        The Role of Assistant Principals in the Pipeline

        Shael Polakow-Suransky describes the training programs available for sitting assistant principals and the mentoring and relationship building that results from these efforts.

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        Emotional Intelligence Matters in the Principalship

        Nicole Veltze describes how she differentiates her training procedure between interns and experienced school leaders preparing for the principalship.

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        A Resident’s Experience

        Ruth Baldivia talks about her experiences as a resident and assistant principal in Denver’s Learn to Lead Program.

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