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Principal Standard I
Learner-Centered Values and Ethics of Leadership: A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by acting with integrity and fairness and in an ethical manner.
Principal Standard II
Learner-Centered Leadership and Campus Culture: A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students and shapes campus culture by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a vision that is shared and supported by the school community.
Principal Standard III
Learner-Centered Human Resources Leadership and Management: A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by implementing a staff evaluation and development system to improve the performance of all staff members, selects and implements appropriate models for supervision and staff
development, and applies the legal requirements for personnel management.
Principal Standard IV
Learner-Centered Communications and Community Relations: A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by collaborating with families and community members, responding to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilizing community resources.
Principal Standard V
Learner-Centered Organizational Leadership and Management: A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students through leadership and management of the organization, operations, and resources for a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment.
Principal Standard VI
Learner-Centered Curriculum Planning and Development. A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by facilitating the design and implementation of curricula and strategic plans that enhance teaching and learning; alignment of curriculum, curriculum resources, and assessment; and the use of various forms of assessment to measure student performance.
Principal Standard VII
Learner-Centered Instructional Leadership and Management. A principal is an educational leader who promotes the success of all students by advocating, nurturing, and sustaining a campus culture and instructional program conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.
Domain I — School Community Leadership
The principal knows how to shape campus culture by facilitating the development, articulation, implementation and stewardship of a vision of learning that is shared and supported by the school community
Create a campus culture that sets high expectations, promotes learning and provides intellectual stimulation for self, students and staff.
Ensure that parents and other members of the community are an integral part of the campus culture.
Implement strategies to ensure the development of collegial relationships and effective collaboration.
Respond appropriately to diverse needs in shaping the campus culture.
Use various types of information (e.g., demographic data, campus climate inventory results, student achievement data, emerging issues affecting education) to develop a campus vision and create a plan for implementing the vision.
Use strategies for involving all stakeholders in planning processes to enable the collaborative development of a shared campus vision focused on teaching and learning.
Facilitate the collaborative development of a plan that clearly articulates objectives and strategies for implementing a campus vision.
Align financial, human and material resources to support implementation of a campus vision.
Establish procedures to assess and modify implementation plans to ensure achievement of the campus vision.
Support innovative thinking and risk taking within the school community and view unsuccessful experiences as learning opportunities.
Acknowledge and celebrate the contributions of students, staff, parents and community members toward realization of the campus vision.
The principal knows how to communicate and collaborate with all members of the school community, respond to diverse interests and needs and mobilize resources to promote student success.
Communicate effectively with families and other community members in varied educational contexts.
Apply skills for building consensus and managing conflict.
Implement effective strategies for systematically communicating with and gathering input from all campus stakeholders.
Develop and implement strategies for effective internal and external communications.
Develop and implement a comprehensive program of community relations that effectively involves and informs multiple constituencies, including the media.
Provide varied and meaningful opportunities for parents/caregivers to be engaged in the education of their children.
Establish partnerships with parents/caregivers, businesses and others in the community to strengthen programs and support campus goals.
Communicate and work effectively with diverse groups in the school community to ensure that all students have an equal opportunity for educational success.
Respond to pertinent political, social and economic issues in the internal and external environment.
The principal knows how to act with integrity, fairness and in an ethical and legal manner.
Model and promote the highest standard of conduct, ethical principles and integrity in decision making, actions and behaviors.
Implement policies and procedures that promote professional educator compliance with The Code of Ethics and Standard Practices for Texas Educators.
Apply knowledge of ethical issues affecting education.
Apply legal guidelines (e.g., in relation to students with disabilities, bilingual education, confidentiality, discrimination) to protect the rights of students and staff and to improve learning opportunities.
Apply laws, policies and procedures in a fair and reasonable manner.
Articulate the importance of education in a free democratic society.
Serve as an advocate for all children.
Promote the continuous and appropriate development of all students.
Promote awareness of learning differences, multicultural awareness, gender sensitivity and ethnic appreciation.
Domain II − Instructional Leadership
The principal knows how to facilitate the design and
implementation of curricula and strategic plans that enhance teaching and learning; ensure alignment of curriculum, instruction, resources and assessment; and promote the use of varied assessments to measure student performance.
Facilitate effective campus curriculum planning based on knowledge of various factors (e.g., emerging issues, occupational and economic trends, demographic data, student learning data, motivation theory, teaching and learning theory, principles of curriculum design, human developmental processes, legal requirements).
Facilitate the use of sound, research-based practice in the development, implementation and evaluation of campus curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular programs.
Facilitate campus participation in collaborative district planning, implementation, monitoring and revision of curriculum to ensure appropriate scope, sequence, content and alignment.
Facilitate the use of appropriate assessments to measure student learning and ensure educational accountability.
Facilitate the use of technology, telecommunications and information systems to enrich the campus curriculum.
Facilitate the effective coordination of campus curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular programs in relation to other district programs.
Promote the use of creative thinking, critical thinking and problem solving by staff and other campus stakeholders involved in curriculum design and delivery.
The principal knows how to advocate, nurture and sustain an instructional program and a campus culture that are conducive to student learning and staff professional growth.
Facilitate the development of a campus learning organization that supports instructional improvement and change through ongoing study of relevant research and best practice.
Facilitate the implementation of sound, research-based instructional strategies, decisions and programs in which multiple opportunities to learn and be successful are available to all students.
Create conditions that encourage staff, students, families/caregivers and the community to strive to achieve the campus vision.
Ensure that all students are provided high-quality, flexible instructional programs with appropriate resources and services to meet individual student needs.
Use formative and summative student assessment data to develop, support and improve campus instructional strategies and goals.
Facilitate the use and integration of technology, telecommunications and information systems to enhance learning.
Facilitate the implementation of sound, research-based theories and techniques of teaching, learning, classroom management, student discipline and school safety to ensure a campus environment conducive to teaching
Facilitate the development, implementation, evaluation and refinement of student services and activity programs to fulfill academic, developmental, social and cultural needs.
Analyze instructional needs and allocate resources effectively and equitably.
Analyze the implications of various factors (e.g., staffing patterns, class scheduling formats, school organizational structures, student discipline practices) for teaching and learning.
Ensure responsiveness to diverse sociological, linguistic, cultural and other factors that may affect students' development and learning.
The principal knows how to implement a staff evaluation and development system to improve the performance of all staff members, select and implement appropriate models for supervision and staff development and apply the legal requirements for personnel management.
Work collaboratively with other campus personnel to develop, implement, evaluate and revise a comprehensive campus professional development plan that addresses staff needs and aligns professional development with identified goals.
Facilitate the application of adult learning principles and motivation theory to all campus professional development activities, including the use of appropriate content, processes and contexts.
Allocate appropriate time, funding and other needed resources to ensure the effective implementation of professional development plans.
Implement effective, appropriate and legal strategies for the recruitment, screening, selection, assignment, induction, development, evaluation, promotion, discipline and dismissal of campus staff
Use formative and summative evaluation procedures to enhance the knowledge and skills of campus staff.
Diagnose campus organizational health and morale and implement strategies to provide ongoing support to campus staff.
Engage in ongoing professional development activities to enhance one's own knowledge and skills and to model lifelong learning.
The principal knows how to apply organizational, decision-making and problem-solving skills to ensure an effective learning environment.
Implement appropriate management techniques and group process skills to define roles, assign functions, delegate authority and determine accountability for campus goal attainment.
Implement procedures for gathering, analyzing and using data from a variety of sources for informed campus decision making.
Frame, analyze and resolve problems using appropriate problem-solving techniques and decision-making skills.
Use strategies for promoting collaborative decision making and problem solving, facilitating team building and developing consensus.
Encourage and facilitate positive change, enlist support for change and overcome obstacles to change.
Apply skills for monitoring and evaluating change and making needed adjustments to achieve goals.
Domain III — Administrative Leadership
The principal knows how to apply principles of effective
leadership and management in relation to campus budgeting, personnel, resource utilization, financial management and technology use.
Apply procedures for effective budget planning and management.
Work collaboratively with stakeholders to develop campus budgets.
Acquire, allocate and manage human, material and financial resources according to district policies and campus priorities.
Apply laws and policies to ensure sound financial management in relation to accounts, bidding, purchasing and grants
Use effective planning, time management and organization of personnel to maximize attainment of district and campus goals.
Develop and implement plans for using technology and information systems to enhance school management.
The principal knows how to apply principles of leadership and management to the campus physical plant and support systems to ensure a safe and effective learning environment.
Implement strategies that enable the school physical plant, equipment and support systems to operate safely, efficiently and effectively.
Apply strategies for ensuring the safety of students and personnel and for addressing emergencies and security concerns.
Develop and implement procedures for crisis planning and for responding to crises.
Apply local, state and federal laws and policies to support sound decision making related to school programs and operations (e.g., student services, food services, health services, transportation).
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