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On Board Online • March 18, 2019
By Jackie Wiegand
A new program to help teachers and other educators become school administrators will kick off next fall as the result of a partnership between Onondaga-Cortland-Madison BOCES, 23 Central New York school districts and five higher education institutions in New York State.
The Aspiring Leaders Institute (ALI) will address a growing need for administrators, OCM BOCES District Superintendent Jody Manning said.
The idea is to create a pipeline of candidates who are "motivated, trained, mentored and dedicated to providing excellent leadership in our schools, one of the essential ingredients for giving students a high-quality education," he said.Read the entire article>>
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