Professional Development

Professional Development Classes

The Institute for Community Leadership produces Professional Development classes for teachers, administrators, public servants, elected leadership, and others.

Classes include:

  • Educational Leadership Foundation
  • Comparative Educational Philosophies
  • History of U.S. Public Education
  • Self-Discovery through a Community Participatory Process
  • Developing Cultural Power within School and Community
  • The Role of Public Education in Social Progress
  • Community Leadership Applying Positive Proposals during Educational Crises
  • School Financing: The Economics of Equality
  • Principles and Practices of Community Leadership
  • Gratitude as a Practical Approach to Promoting Excellence in Education
  • Comparative Democracy Theories
  • International Educational Connections: Learning from Others
  • Mis-Education: The Toys and Tools that Deform the Learning Process
  • Unlearning: Community Leadership and Renaming that Which Matters
  • Developing Accurate, Holistic Assessment of the Work of Educators and Students
Check out our upcoming Professional Development classes:

Racial Equity and Cultural Responsiveness, December 12, 2015

Please contact Dr. Nyla Rosen at nyla@icleadership.org for more information!