Inclusive Instructional and Organizational Leadership Program for School District/Central Office Leaders

Meeting the needs of each child in each school district in Ohio is critical to the future of Ohio’s children, youth, families, and communities. But educational leadership has never been more  challenging. Practical support to Central Office personnel can expand their capacity to act strategically to meet these needs.

The Ohio Superintendent Association is offering a professional learning series to help central office personnel, both individuals and district teams, to learn about inclusive instructional and organizational leadership through an 18-month sequence of targeted, practical experiences.

School Year Session Date Topic
All sessions held 9:30 a.m. – Noon
January 18 Introduction to Inclusive Leadership
February 1 Prioritizing Teaching and Learning
March 8 Crafting a Theory of Action to Prioritize Teaching and Learning
April 5 Inclusive Leadership and Learning
May 3 Creating a Culture of Inclusiveness and Collaboration

(dates and times TBD)

August Prioritizing Teaching and Learning in an Inclusive, Collaborative Culture
September Building Capacity – An Overview
October Using Support and Accountability for Capacity-building
November System-wide Learning through Collaborative Processes


The series is presented by Stephen Anderson, PhD., Professor Emeritus for the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto, and Santigo Rincon-Gallardo, EdD., and education consultant and Chief Research Officer at Michael Fullan’s team.

Download the event flyer to learn more