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Leading for Literacy

What Every School Leader Needs to Know

By Irene Fountas, Gay Su Pinnell

Leading for Literacy: What Every School Leader Needs to Know is an inspiring and practical resource for all school leaders—teacher leaders, literacy coaches, school administrators, and district-level leaders. Filled with useful “look-for” tools for observing literacy teaching and reflecting upon the culture and systems of your school, Leading for Literacy helps school leaders understand key principles of effective literacy teaching and create equitable communities of learning for all students.

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Leading for Literacy: What Every School Leader Needs to Know is an inspiring and practical resource for all school leaders—teacher leaders, literacy coaches, school administrators, and district-level leaders. Filled with useful “look-for” tools for observing literacy teaching and reflecting upon the culture and systems of your school, Leading for Literacy helps school leaders understand key principles of effective literacy teaching and create equitable communities of learning for all students. Leading for Literacy provides guidance for creating a culture of collaborative professionalism, facilitating conversations about effective practice, and making high-impact decisions based on evidence and the values identified by the school team. An important resource for every school leader aiming to scale up excellence, Leading for Literacy helps leaders create effective systems for improving the literacy outcomes of all students. 

  

With OVER 30 TOOLS to support your work, discover how to... 
  

Beginning of the book – 

1.     Harness the foundations of inspirational school leadership
2.     Build effective teams that deliver high outcomes for all students
3.     Create a common vision and shared values to create a healthy, collaborative school culture 

Middle of the book – 

4.   Implement evidence-based instructional practices
5.   Observe and document student progress effectively 
6.   Teach English learners strategically
7.   Design effective systems for intervention
8.   Create high-quality book collections 

End of the book – 

9.     Harness responsibilities and opportunities as a school leader
10.   Create new leadership opportunities
11.   Nurture coaches and teacher leaders as important agents of change
12.   Sustain and scale up systemic improvements in your district or school  

  

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