Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership

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Professional learning and development of CMS employees is a system-wide collaborative effort. The main departments charged with this work include; Office of Beginning Teacher Support & Development (BTS&D), Academics, and CMS Department of Ed. Leadership.

The Beginning Teacher Development & Support team is dedicated to supporting the unique needs of teachers in their first three years of experience and their mentors. Our goal is to ensure we assist in retaining talent in the teaching profession and provide teachers with the tools necessary, including mentors, to achieve proficiency or above ratings on the standards measured on the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation Rubric.

The Academics division is responsible for direct to teacher professional learning across multiple departments. These include; Learning and Teaching, English Learners, Exceptional Children, Multi-tiered Systems of Support, Magnet programs, Career and Technical Education, and National Board Certification.

The CMS Department of Ed. Leadership creates, aligns, and facilitates professional learning for school leaders and central office leaders, in order to advance the capabilities of school and district leadership.

Resources and additional information on professional learning opportunities can be accessed via each department’s Intranet page, Canvas within the Professional Learning folder, or within MyTalent.



 




P.O. Box 30035
Charlotte, NC 28230-0035
Phone: 980-343-3000
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