Helios Education Foundation to Improve Leadership Training for 1,400+ School Leaders

Helios Education Foundation | July 31, 2020

Helios Education Foundation to Improve Leadership Training for 1,400+ School Leaders
Helios Education Foundation has awarded the Arizona School Administrators (ASA) a $260,000 grant to improve leadership training among school leaders at all levels. The three-year grant will enhance ASA's conferences and trainings, as well as place an emphasis on expanding online content to bring educational opportunities closer to individual school districts and administrators, particularly those in rural Arizona. The funding will also enable ASA to develop resources and training materials – including recruiting experts – to address some of the most pressing issues in today's society, including crisis response to COVID-19, cultural responsiveness and closing the education gap among low-income and students of color.

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What are some strategies teachers use to engage students? And what teaching practices are the most effective in helping students reach their learning goals? This paper explores approaches that can help educators establish a positive framework for academic and social growth. Discover three research-based teaching practices that support teacher success and student achievement.

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