Join Quinhon in support of Support New Leaders this Giving Tuesday (Baltimore)
Baltimore New Leaders Give Back
Everything changes with the passage of time…it is inevitable. Over the last ten years, much has changed at New Leaders. The number of successful school leaders has sky rocketed and the impact on students had quadrupled. With all the changes over the last 10 years, one thing is certain: New Leaders’ mission of enhancing student achievement will always be IN.
Today I am writing to ask you to give back to the organization that has helped you by making a contribution to New Leaders to support “the work”. We represent over 100 alumni school leaders raising student achievement for nearly 40,000 students here in Baltimore. Over the next two years New Leaders will train over 70 school leaders in Baltimore City alone. To support the purchase of educational materials for these leaders, we need to raise $3,000 by December 21st.
For us to reach this goal, we need your help. Will you donate $25.00 today, enough for one book?
Thank you so much for your support of New Leaders, an organization we care so much about!
New Leaders is a 501c3 tax-exempt organization
New Leaders Tax ID Number : 04-3519203
Help fund the training, development, and support of transformational school leaders
New Leaders trains tomorrow’s principals. The people who join this program share a deep belief that all students can achieve at high levels – that demography is not destiny for children in low-income communities. Your gift will support New leaders so they can more adeptly transform underperforming public schools and make a real difference in the lives of students from low-income communities.
About New Leaders
New Leaders seeks to ensure high academic achievement for all children—especially students in poverty and students of color—by developing transformational school leaders and advancing the policies and practices that allow great leaders to succeed.
Why focus on great leaders? School principals are the driving force behind school improvement. One outstanding teacher isn’t enough; students require multiple years of effective teachers to reach academic excellence, especially if they have fallen behind. Strong principals have the skills to support their existing staff to become outstanding teachers and to keep the strongest educators in their schools.
New Leaders’ leadership training begins with our Emerging Leaders Program, which builds a pipeline of promising future school leaders by growing the abilities of talented educators over the course of a year to lead other adults in raising student achievement.
Many Emerging Leaders go on to join our signature Aspiring Principals Program, a rigorous, one-year residency through which we train highly motivated, results-oriented individuals to strengthen our most struggling schools. To ensure that we get the best leaders into schools, we also identify promising talent through a national admissions process.
After their residency, we support our leaders in their critical first years on the job through the Principal Institute, which employs professional learning communities and strategic one-on-one coaching for one or two years to ensure our new principals—and their students—are set up for success. And with our new Leadership Practice Improvement program, we train current school principals and their leadership teams in best practices to raise student achievement.