Online Evaluations for K-12 Leaders

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Online Evaluations for K-12 Leaders

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Leaders Learning from Leaders Podcast

Oct 18, 2023

Episode 4: A Conversation with Dr. Charles Dedrick and Jacinda Hall Conboy Esq. of the New York State Council of School Superintendents

Podcast - 23:51 mins

In this episode of Leaders Learning from Leaders, host Steve Barkley welcomes Dr. Charles Dedrick and Jacinda Conboy, Esq. from the New York State Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS). Chuck Dedrick serves as the Executive Director and Jazz Conboy is the General Counsel of NYSCOSS. The episode delves into their roles at the Council and their dedication to advocating for the success of children and communities served by their members.

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Sep 20, 2023

Episode 3: A Conversation with Dr. Luvelle Brown

Podcast - 23:58 mins

Dr. Luvelle Brown is a highly accomplished educator with a diverse background in various educational roles. He currently serves as the Superintendent of the Ithaca City School District (ICSD) in Ithaca, New York, where he has overseen remarkable achievements during his tenure. Recognized as the 2017 New York State Superintendent of the Year, Luvelle Brown has received numerous accolades for his contributions to education.

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Aug 18, 2023

Episode 2: A Conversation with Dr. Jason Andrews

Podcast - 39:31 mins

In this podcast episode, Steve Barkley interviews Dr. Jason Andrews, the superintendent of Windsor Central School District in New York State. He shares the importance of collaboration, high expectations, and support within the district.

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Catie Huber, Ed.D.

District Superintendent, Otsego - Northern Catskills BOCES

"SuperEval allows school leaders to put together a reflective portfolio of their work and allows them to align that work to what leadership really means. And this is all captured in the rubric.”