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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.

 

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 Wiki

 

Use the "Sidebar" Links on the right side of this page to navigate.

 

WEBINAR SERIES:  Visit the Alaska Staff Development Network website to see all of the upcoming webinars and to view our webinar library.  Most webinars and webinar recordings are free of charge to RAPPS districts 

SUMMER INSTITUTE:  The third Alaska School Leadership Summer Institute is scheduled for three days of June 1-3, 2011 at the Captain Cook Hotel.  Conference materials can be downloaded from the Alaska School Leadership Institute (ASLI) page. 

 

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

 

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