Saint Francis University, Pennsylvania Leadership Development Center, and the IU 08 invite you and your leadership team to become a member of the REAL Institute.
The Rural Education Alliance for Leadership, REAL, Institute, is designed to help local communities and educational agencies come together in efforts to support the needs of rural schools. Through discussions, forums, and guest speakers school district teachers and members of the Institute gain working knowledge about the issues rural communities are facing and the resources necessary to take action. The REAL Institute is a voice of change for rural school districts. A primary goal of the Institute is to engage with the right stakeholders in discussions to better inform policy and education.
Become a member of the institute for two years ($500/year) and receive all the benefits listed above, by completing the membership registration form.
In this 44 hour approved PIL program, leaders will follow a framework to build their understanding of the importance of vision and its relationship to digital leadership. ,
This course is offered online + face-to-face at Saint Francis University
Cost: $500/participant, $450/participant with REAL membership
This 40 hour approved PIL program is designed to guide school leaders through the five essential domains of leading: authentic, visionary, relational, quality and service leaders.
Call: Linda A. Kline: 814.472.3147
Melissa Peppetti: 814.472.3068
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REAL Institute participants. This group includes administrators from the following schools: Central Cambria School District, Penn Cambria School District, Claysburg-Kimmel School District, Bishop Guilfolye High School, Tyrone Area School District, Divine Mercy Academy, and Bishop McCort Catholic High School.
The REAL Institute, a partnership between Saint Francis, PLDC, and IU 08, hosts an evidence fair in completion of the ACT 45 course entitled, Leadership Frameworks for Transforming Education. This 40 credit hour PIL program was designed to guide school leaders through the five essential domains of leading: authentic, visionary, relational, quality, and service leaders. Dr. Pat Crawford facilitates this course throughout the semester and ends with an evidence fair of growth and achievement. We look forward to welcoming the new cohort in each semester! Interested participants should contact Graduate Director, Mrs. Melissa Peppetti.
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