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  • The Broward County School District is the fifth largest school system in the United States. It is a rapidly growing system which currently provides educational opportunities to 2500,000 students (Pre K-12) who are enrolled in 215 schools and centers.
  • Successful organizations depend on its leadership to help them succeed. Schools are no different from organization in any other corporation. It needs good leaders
  • Edu 580 culminating project

    1. 1. Workshop One<br />Organization and Administration<br />
    2. 2. Grooming Today's School Leaders for Tomorrow<br />Broward County Public Schools<br />Leadership Recruitment Plan<br />
    3. 3. to<br />Improve<br />Education<br />Leadership<br />
    4. 4. School Leaders<br />Lets Look At One Types of <br />
    5. 5. Principals from<br />Weston High School<br />Dillard High School<br />Walker Elementary<br />Cooper City High<br />Lake Forest Elementary<br />Dandy Middle<br />Crystal lake Middle<br />Introduce Leadership Panel<br />
    6. 6. There was a teacher in Broward County Public Schools who transferred from an “A “school a to an” F” school because he wanted to make a differences.<br />When he got to the inter-city school he heard his formal colleagues say , “ Why are you going to that school it is a revolving door for teachers, administrators, and other staff members. They could not pay me a million doors to work there”<br />Leadership Scenario<br />
    7. 7. His interest was in improving students education so he stayed<br />His goal was to help these inter-city students reach there full potential<br />He communicate with teachers and parents<br />Leader of Tomorrow<br />
    8. 8. He coached basketball and integrated Math, Science and Reading skills after practice<br />He also help the administration with problem students <br />This future leader was on the grant writing team, curriculum development committee ,department chair, parent relations committee and the advisory board.<br />Reason for His Popularity<br />
    9. 9. The students, teachers and parents liked his style. He has became very popular with students and they come to him when they have problems. He gives them a helping hand.<br />He’s A Winner<br />
    10. 10. What Kind of Leader Is he??????????<br />A leader for the Students<br />
    11. 11. Style of leadership in which the leader identifies the needed change, creates a vision to guide the change through inspiration, and executes the change with the commitment of the members of the group.<br />Transformational Leader<br />
    12. 12. His Leadership Leadership Style<br />Autocratic-Makes decisions without reference to anyone else<br />Limited employee participation in most aspects of work<br />Unilateral decision making by the leader<br />Leadership,The ability to see not only what is necessary in the presentbut also what will be most advantageous in the future and tochange the system to meet future need, is vital<br />
    13. 13. Democratic-The democratic leadership style is a very open and collegial style of running a team.<br />Keep communication open<br />Focus the discussion <br />Be ready to commit<br />Respect the ideas<br />Explain, but don’t apologize<br />Leadership Style<br />
    14. 14. Leader allows the group complete freedom for decision-making, without participating himself. This leader type provides materials and offers to assist only by request. The laissez-faire leader does not participate in work discussions or group tasks. This leader does not offer commentary on members' performance unless asked directly, and does not participate or intervene in activities.<br />Laissez-Faire<br />
    15. 15. Is this a typical teacher ?<br />What kind of Leader Is he?<br />Would he make a good school leader?<br />Why?<br />Discussion<br />
    16. 16. In Broward County Public Schools administrator handbook direct schools leader to have good values.<br /> The School Board of Broward County, Florida has been proactive among school districts in establishing ethics standards for public officials and employees. The School Board recognizes that public office is a public trust, and the Board is committed to protecting that public trust against abuse.<br />Values<br />
    17. 17. Should leaders have Values?<br />Why?<br />Values<br />
    18. 18. Our new school leader wanted to be a leader that showed respect for the polices of the school system. <br />One day he asked his principal. Does our school system have a policy on Academic Freedom?<br /> His administrator said”<br />Yes you should seek to educated young people in the democratic tradition, to foster a recognition of individual freedom and social responsibility.<br />His next question was how does this effect the foreign students exchange program.<br />Broward County Public Schools Policies<br />
    19. 19. How important are Policies to leadership?<br />Policies<br />
    20. 20. His next question was how does this effect the foreign students exchange program.<br />“ His principal said,” The purpose of this program is to expose these students to the cultural of our country and for our students to learn form them. These students are governed by the same rules as your students.<br />Seeking Additional Information on School Policies<br />
    21. 21. Dynamics of Change, Collaboration Decision Making- Accountability and School Improvement , Evaluation<br />Next Workshop Tomorrow<br />
    22. 22. Dynamic of Change,<br />Collaborative <br />Decision-Making,<br /> Accountability<br /> School Improvement<br />Evaluation<br />Workshop II<br />
    23. 23. The School Board of Broward County, Florida is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of all students in a safe learning environment.<br />Mission of Broward Public Schools<br />
    24. 24. Is this a good mission statement?<br />What would you add to the statement?<br />
    25. 25. A mission statement draws on the organizations values and belief statements . <br />Values & Belief Statement,<br />
    26. 26. In my department our director is a<br />Career Technical, Adult and Community Education Leadership<br /> Laissez Faire Leaders <br /> The style is largely a "hands off" view that tends to minimize the amount of direction and face time required. Works well if you have highly trained and highly motivated direct reports.<br />He trust his staff to run there programs. And when something goes wrong he becomes Strategic Leader. He may yell and scream but he finds a way to get our department back on track.<br />
    27. 27. The administrative model holds that the <br />decision making process is guided by the <br />principle of bounded rationality. Because of <br />computational limitations, decision makers use simplified decision procedures,<br /> or “satisfies,” accepting the first simplified decision procedure rather than pursuing an optimal or perfectly rational solution (Bell et al., 1988; Simon, 1955, 1956; Watson & Buede, 1987).<br />Decision Making Model<br />
    28. 28. The decision-making Model is good for schools because sometimes schools need bold decision to be made with safety in mind. And other times we need the administrating to make effective decisions that wont cause any problems in the future. <br />The Heart of Leadership<br />
    29. 29. Accountability System for Educating (EASE)<br />BCPS has implemented a comprehensive project management system as a component of its Strategic Plan. This system is to ensure accountability and on –time performance for its Strategic Plan initiatives. These included: Balanced Scorecard-measures vital elements of student Achievement. Internal Processes, Learning & Growth, and Stakeholders, Project Management-tacks project timelines and budget, and Knowledge Environment-ensures data integrity and availability.<br />Broward County Public Schools<br />
    30. 30. Broward Accountability process has worked very well for teachers and some departments. But has not worked as well for some school board members and our superintendent. <br />Some of Broward County Public School Board members are in jail because of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement of funds, racism and incompetency. Some facts to support this position are as follows: 1) A former HEAD of the Broward Teacher’s Union served time in jail; 2) A former school board member is PRESENTLY in jail; 3) Two former school board members are presently awaiting trial (Conoley, 2011) <br />Accountability<br />
    31. 31. Some facts to support this position are as follows: 1) A former HEAD of the Broward Teacher’s Union served time in jail; 2) A former school board member is PRESENTLY in jail; 3) Two former school board members are presently awaiting trial (Conoley, 2011) .<br />And our superintendent is retiring because the federal government said he did not have control of his school board<br />
    32. 32. Broward Schools need to police its school board the same way they police the students at school. Its time for them to hire a monitoring board to over see the actions of our school board and administration.<br />Improvements<br />
    33. 33. Time for Discussion<br />What Do You Think?<br />
    34. 34. Judgmental models: Major attention is<br />given to the evaluator’s professional<br />judgment. The evaluator concentrates<br />on inputs or outputs of the system being<br />evaluated and determines their value.<br />Judgment Evaluation<br />
    35. 35. Broward County Schools need the grand jury to come back and to observe the practices of the school board and other administrator to stop the mistrust because teachers and the community are outrage at the recent behavior of school leaders. With out this monitoring our children's education will be damaged.<br />No system can prosper with corrupted managers.<br />Corruption in the System<br />
    36. 36. Communication , Relationships and Diversity<br />Workshop Three<br />
    37. 37. The Broward Education Communications Network (BECON), owned and operated by the School Board of Broward County, provides curriculum-based instructional programs for classroom teachers, and broadcast programming on BECON-TV, a division of BECON, licensed by the FCC to provide non-commercial, educational programming to the South Florida community.<br />BECON<br />
    38. 38. BECON provides educational and entertainment programming television 24 hours a day. It also produce multi-media instruction through Virtual on-line classes, using nontraditional tool for students to learn via their home TV set, computer, iphone, ect. It also provides a median for schools to broadcast their programs through out Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.<br />This is one of the best communication tools that Borward County has but most people don’t know about its services. <br />The Broward Education Communications Network<br />
    39. 39. The various members and their links constitute the communication network.<br />Links have five properties: symmetry, the extent to which linked members interact on an equal basis; strength, the frequency of interaction; reciprocity, the extent to which people concur about the links; the content<br />of the interactions. We could combined this with the Strategic Communication Model.<br />Little Johns Communication Model<br />
    40. 40. Thank you for coming to our future leaders workshop.<br />Any Questions???<br />
    41. 41. This communication model links stockholders together through the computer. It is a toolbox that provides communication assess through the internet. The benefits of this program is teachers, parents and students can communicate from school, hone, job or in your care. It is a great addition to Broward County Public Schools network.<br />Link & Computer Communication Power<br />
    42. 42. Broward County is a diverse, multi-ethnic urban county, the second largest, and one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the state, home to 1.8 million people seeking economic opportunity, freedom of expression and a superior quality of life.<br />Broward County Public Schools Diveirsty<br />
    43. 43. Since 1990, Broward County has risen from the 16th to the third most racially diverse county in Florida <br /> * Approximately 21 percent of the population is African American, including a large number of individuals who immigrated from Haiti, Jamaica, and other parts of the Caribbean, as well as Central and South America<br /> * More than 25 percent of residents are now foreign-born<br /> * 70 percent are from Latin America<br /> * Hispanics, primarily of Puerto Rican, Cuban and Colombian descent, currently represent 17 percent of Broward County's total population ( Broward County Public Schools, 2011)<br />Population Diversity <br />
    44. 44. Broward County has a diversity training program for students, teachers, administrators and parents. This program is a component of diversity imitative inform and educate administrators, teachers, students and parents about diversity. The diversity training program covers differences in race, sexual orientation, education and age. <br />Broward County Public Schools Diversity Program<br />
    45. 45. The goal of the program is to educate others about tolerances and differences. Through this program we will learn to live and learn together. The Diversity program is available to conduct workshops at any school or community meeting. This is a very effective program.<br />
    46. 46. “Are you prepared to be a Future Leader in this Broward County School System or any School System?<br />What will you need?<br /> <br />Answers<br />Questions<br />
    47. 47. Thank You For Coming<br />

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