Jeffrey Hernandez presenting at BYU School of Education
Established in 1996, the Center for the Improvement of Teacher Education and Schooling is the facilitating unit for the BYU-Public School Partnership, supporting and promoting Partnership goals and objectives. CITES is located in the David O. McKay School of Education for the purpose of supporting Partnership programs and initiatives that improve both teacher education and public schooling.View Conference Brochure »
Jeffrey Hernandez presents at Clark County School District
Participants in this session will engage in a guided analysis of critical leadership standards that have been identified and documented on a national level and will be provided detailed information on how to best implement them within their schools. School leaders will walk away with a road map that consists of on-the-ground, real-life experiences and strategies on how to effect change in a transformation school with urgency and fidelity. In addition, participants will discuss six leadership styles that are required within an effective Leadership Team to successfully transform a low-performing school into a high-performing educational institution. Lastly, session participants will hear about real-life transformational projects and stories that have led to higher student performance, not read about, but lived by a transformational leader and change agent with a proven track record.