How We’re Preparing Exceptional Principals
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NELA was one of two Principal Preparation Programs Featured for its Innovative Program in a Recent Publication by the Hunt Institute.
NC State University’s Educational Leadership Academy (NELA) seeks to increase student achievement by preparing and retaining principals in high-poverty, hard-to-staff, and historically low-performing schools. NELA creates a comprehensive leadership development and succession plan for NC high-need school districts. Each component is anchored in research-based best practices in leadership preparation and is designed to meet the specific contextualized needs of schools in North Carolina.
Laura Wilson Wadsworth, NELA Cohort VI, was named 2021-2022 Franklin County Assistant Principal of the Year
Congratulations to NELA Cohort VI Graduate, Laura Wilson Wadsworth, Assistant Principal at Bunn High School, […]
NELA Graduates named Principal & Assistant Principal of the year in Nash County.
Congratulations to NELA Graduates Timothy Mudd (Cohort II) and Megan […]
Leo Nieves (NELA Cohort VI Graduate) named Nash County Elementary School Assistant Principal of the Year.
‘It is My Goal to Help Make the Educational Experience for All Involved a Positive […]
90% of schools with a NELA graduate serving as principal met or exceeded growth for the 2018 – 2019 school year vs. only 75% of principals across all schools in the state reaching the same level of performance.