21CSLA will use a tiered system of support, in alignment with other state-wide initiatives. Eight Areas of Work are organized into three levels as described below.
Level 1: Support for All Leaders
Area 1: 21CSLA Collaboration Structure
Create ongoing meeting and work group structures that facilitate the collaborative work of the project.
Area 1 Lead: Dr. Rebecca Cheung
Area 2: Advisory Committee
Create a process for ongoing stakeholder input and engagement.
Area 2 Lead: Dr. Rebecca Cheung
Area 3: Distance and Digital Professional Learning Hub
Create a support hub for all 21CSLA Center activities with priority focus on supporting the development of leading for equity (Areas 4, 5, 6, & 8). Provide prioritized support to RAs upon request.
Area 3 Lead: Dr. Lanette Jimerson
Area 4: 21CSLA Digital Resource Platform
Create a robust web-based environment to provide access to relevant resources, research, and events that are open to all leaders in Title II serving schools and districts.
Area 4 Lead: Dr. Kim Wallace
Area 5: 21CSLA Research
Engage with the research community to develop Research Practice Partnerships that creates a 21CSLA research agenda.
Area 5 Lead: Dr. Moonhawk Kim
Level 2: Communities of Practice and Localized Professional Learning Offerings
Area 6: Communities of Practice (CoP)
Absolute Priority Year 1: Focus on equity and distance learning
Facilitate small, sustained, and role-alike professional learning cohorts grounded in leadership for equity and improvement science.
Area 6 Lead: Dr. Annamarie Francois
Area 7: Localized Professional Learning
Provide additional professional learning, informed by regional needs and local input, that complements and is aligned to the offerings developed by 21CSLA.
Area 7 Lead: Dr. Nancy Parachini
Level 3: Individual Support
Area 8: Leadership Coaching
Provide individualized coaching that is built on relational trust, aligned to the CPSEL, focused on equity-centered problems of practice using continuous improvement principles.