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Thursday, 10 January 2008

District Leadership Teams


Typically, a District Leadership Team consists of 5-10 members, including the superintendent, or designee, principal, counselor, parent and a STEM professional, and other members from the district who play a role in planning professional development and curricula. The membership diversity of the DLT is a means of having a balance of input and output for the role of the NC-PIMS project in the district, especially in planning for district professional development or troubleshooting problems. The team works toward ensuring that communication about the project is maintained throughout all levels, including the school board. The team provides direction and advice for professional development in the project and assists in the coordination, scheduling and other logistics of implementing the professional development. One or more members serve on the Regional Leadership Team.

 
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