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Northeastern North Carolina School Leadership Program (NNCSLP)

Elizabeth City State University, in partnership with nine high-need, rural poverty-stricken local education agencies (Bertie, Chowan, Edgecombe, Halifax-Weldon City, Northampton, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Warren and Washington), seeks to implement a project entitled the Northeastern North Carolina School Leadership Program (NNCSLP). NNCSLP is designed for both the Competitive Priority (e.g., working with schools in improvement, Low-Performing, Corrective Action and Turnaround) and the Invitational Priority (e.g., increase number of new certified principals and assistant principals).

Goals:

  • Implement a model using the ABC's of Public Education and the North Carolina Standard for School Executives as the framework to enhance student achievement.
  • Establish a replicable training model utilizing rigorous research-based professional development to be structured around the nine LEA's school improvement plans and framework for action plans.
  • Increase the number of new certified principals and assistant principals to serve high-need schools.

Selection Process for NNCSLP Students:

  • Three Clusters
  • Must be recommended by the superintendent from a "participating" high-need school system (Bertie, Chowan, Edgecombe, Halifax-Weldon City, Northampton, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Warren and Washington).
  • Pursuing a Master of School Administration Degree

Evaluation

External Evaluation, under the direction of Dr. Shirley M. Turnage, is provided by Dominion Consulting & Grant-Writing, LLC.

Contact Persons

Dr. Claudie J. Mackey, NNCSLP Director
252.335.3479

Mrs. Yvonne S. Walton, NNCSLP Coordinator
252.335.3604