Micro-Academies

Deep Dives Into Core Components of Leadership

Our Micro-Academies focus intensively on specific aspects of executive and educational leadership—deep dives on single components of leadership skills and knowledge that typically comprise 3–4 full- or half-day sessions throughout the school year.

Each program involves school leaders from a variety of sectors and incorporates application-based professional development and individualized coaching sessions with a Leadership Effectiveness Director.

Participants include principals, assistant principals, deans of curriculum and instruction, and other school leaders from Massachusetts’ district, charter, Catholic, and independent schools. Participants can receive Professional Development Points (PDPs) towards licensure renewal at no cost through Boston College.

Micro-Academy Topics Can Include

 

Culturally Responsive
Teaching

Leading People
Through Change

Best Practices in
Literacy Instruction

Leading Leaders

Building High Impact
Learning Community

Data Driven Instruction

Effective Teacher Coaching

Equity

LLA Micro-Academies also serve as a pipeline for participation in our flagship Fellowship program, which empowers school leaders to improve outcomes in under-resourced communities.

LLA Micro-Academies also serve as a pipeline for participation in our flagship Fellowship program, which empowers school leaders to improve outcomes in under-resourced communities.

The Lynch Leadership Micro-Academy has been transformative to say the least! The program is of the highest quality, melding both instruction with real life application and individualized coaching with a Leadership Effectiveness Director. I know without a doubt that this program will not only make me a more effective school leader but that it will have a long term positive impact on my school.
Kathleen St.Laurent, Principal, Coyle and Cassidy High School and Middle School