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.
Three NELA Graduates named Principal & Assistant Principals of the year in Nash County Public Schools.
(Yolanda Wiggins, Megan Bain and Leo Nieves- from left to right) Congratulations to NELA Graduates […]
College of Education Invited to Join Educator Preparation Laboratory (EdPrepLab) Initiative to Strengthen Educator Preparation Across the U.S.
NELA Graduates, Melissa Altemose and Lauren Lampron share their perspectives on School Leadership during COVID-19.
Join NELA graduates, Melissa Altemose (JPLA) and Dr. Lauren Lampron (NELA Cohort III), in […]
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.