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This site was developed to house all of the resources being developed to support rural principals. RAPPS is a comprehensive leadership development program focused on preparation of principals for high poverty and remote Alaska schools, and support for those who are currently serving in those schools. The program consists of three components: 1) preservice, 2) induction, and 3) training and technical assistance for principals in high need districts and schools in need of improvement, corrective action, or restructuring.

 

The RAPPS instructional team is working together throughout the school year to provide practical strategies and “how to” information that will assist you in putting best practices to work in your school and district.

 

Use this site for more information on:

  1. Promoting effective collaboration and starting professional learning communities;

  2. Using data to improve student achievement;

  3. Aligning curriculum, practice and assessment; and

  4. Assessing instructional leadership actions.

     

 

How to Use This Website

WEBINAR SERIES:  Click the Webinars link to see all of the no-cost professional development opportunities that are available to all RAPPS district staff during the school year.   Webinar recordings are also available for your use anytime in the Webinar Library.

 

SUMMER INSTITUTE:  The third Alaska School Leadership Summer Institute is scheduled for three days of June 1-3, 2011 at the Captain Cook Hotel.  Contact information to re-connect with your colleagues from the first and second Alaska School Leadership institutes, and recommended readings and from the first two years for the project can be downloaded from the ASLI pages on the sidebar of this page.  

 

UAA SCHOLARSHIPS:  Information about UAA scholarships and a list of current participants in the UAA RAPPS program are posted on the Apply for a UAA Scholarship page. 

 

LET’S TALK:  Want to talk to other rural educators?  Use the Alaskan Educator Talk Forum

 

 

Partners:  

Alaska Staff Development Network; University of Alaska Anchorage Educational Leadership Program; Alaska Administrator Coaching Program; Alaska Department of Education and Early Development; Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning Laboratory; Measured Progress; Dr. Pam Robbins and Dr. Harvey Alvy, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (New Principal Fieldbook authors); and these eighteen Alaska school districts:  Alaska Gateway, Bering Strait, Chatham Region, Hydaburg City, Iditarod Area, Kake City, Kashunamiut, Klawock City, Kuspuk, Lake And Peninsula, Lower Kuskokwim, Lower Yukon, Northwest Arctic, Southwest Region, St. Marys City, Yukon Flats, Yukon Koyukuk, and Yupiit.

 

Click here to learn more about the Project Partners, and to find out contact information.

 

Funded by the US Department of Education:  School Leadership Grant Program (CFDA#84.363A)

 


 

Technical Questions? Click here to get help.

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