Academy trains aspiring administrators for Dallas schools

04/9/2013 | Dallas Morning News (free content), The

There are 57 participants in the Dallas Independent School District's yearlong Leadership Development Fellows Academy learning to become principals through job shadowing, leadership classes and other training. The academy, created by superintendent Mike Miles, includes instruction on Miles' plan to improve the district's schools. "It was a way to focus on his vision and to make sure that leaders were trained in the direction he wanted the district to go," Karon Cofield, academy executive director, said. The program could supply replacements for up to 50 vacancies the district expects next year.

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