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APLA: Servant Leadership in Schools
APLA: Does My Assistant Principalship Benefit My School Academically? 1.19.21

Assistant Principals - Embrace Change, Generate Action

Targeted Audience:  Assistant Principals, Dean of Instructions and Curriculum, Principals, Interns

(Authorization from your District Office is required to participate in this event.)

Assistant Principals play an integral role in leading schools by overseeing schoolwide programs, improving student achievement, supervising teachers, leading change efforts, and participating with school leadership teams. They will be called upon to demonstrate a variety of skills that address demands as mandated by the state. Assistant principals must have cutting-edge professional knowledge and skills to ensure exemplary achievement for all students in 21st-century schools.


The cost for Charter Schools/Districts/Private Schools who have not purchased the Region 10 Administrative Services Package and non-Region 10 participants is $1,250.00 per person.

If you are interested in purchasing the Region 10 Administrative Service Package or need additional information, please contact Edwina Woods at 972.348.1044 or

Important Session Information:

In far too many schools across the U.S. – particularly inner-city urban schools, the assistant principals are relegated to the role of “disciplinarian” or “Dean of Students.” They spend entire school days disciplining and suspending instead of leading and inspiring as instructional leaders must do. Based on Principal Kafele's forthcoming book, The ASSISTANT Principal 50 (May, 2020), this high-energy, highly interactive session asks assistant principals the overarching question, "What is my value to my school as an assistant principal?" It will provide assistant principals with the information they need in order to function as true school leaders. Principal Kafele contends that far too many assistant principals are ill-prepared to one day step into the role of the principalship because they simply have not been exposed to functioning as principals in general and instructional leaders in particular. This session will provide assistant principals with the “tools” they need in order to approach their current positions beyond disciplinarians and cafeteria duty. They will be better prepared to assist the principal in all aspects of school leadership while simultaneously preparing themselves for a principal leadership position in the future.

Note:  The link to access the event will be sent prior to the date of the event.


Registration ends at 12:00 AM on Thursday, January 28, 2021

Session ID:
Credits Available:
(7.5) CPE
Seats Available:
Contact Person:
Phyllis Lawler
Edwina Woods
Region 10 Contractor
Date Time Location
1/19/2021 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM Administration Services Zoom
Region 10 Education Service Center
Second Location
400 E. Spring Valley Rd.
904 Abrams Rd
Richardson, TX 75081-5101
Richardson, TX 75081
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