Impacting education through school principals

“Employers understand the positive impact of strong leadership in the workplace, and the same is true of schools. That’s why we think it is important Kentucky principals be given executive-level training similar to that provided for corporate leaders.”
- Kentucky Chamber President and CEO Dave Adkisson

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The Leadership Institute for School Principals
Brought to you by the Kentucky Chamber Foundation

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About the Institute

Research has shown that effective leaders have a positive impact on student and school performance, but Kentucky’s principals have limited opportunities to receive the high-end training that is of such great value to business leaders. That's why the Kentucky Chamber Foundation is offering principals executive-level leadership training unmatched in the state.

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Why Should You Invest?

As a business leader, you understand why education is such a huge priority. Our kids and grandkids are coming up within the education system right now, working to prepare themselves for the workforce. Kentucky companies depend on a skilled workforce to stay in business and to remain competitive, both locally and globally.

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Pledge Your Support

The Kentucky Chamber Foundation is contacting business leaders in every county in Kentucky, asking them to get involved in improving education by sponsoring one or more local principals. Join fellow business leaders and help create community support for schools and greater recognition of the importance of strong leadership in every school building.

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How to Apply

Applicants must be a current Kentucky public or private school principal (vice principals are not eligible) and must agree to attend all sessions of the institute. Elementary, middle and high school principals are eligible. Participating principals will be eligible for 21 hours of Effective Instructional Leadership credit. Preference will be given to those early in their career as a principal

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