Impact

The job of a school leader has never been more challenging; the role has never been more critical. The quality of a school’s leadership affects all elements of learning, from the kinds of resources available to the caliber of teachers attracted to a school. By developing and supporting high-quality school leaders, the NYC Leadership Academy affects the achievement of nearly 1.2 million students across the country in a single year. Read on to learn more about the impact of our programs on leaders and the students they serve.

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  • Creating a Turnaround Leadership Academy in Massachusetts

    Creating a Turnaround Leadership Academy in Massachusetts

    Teachers21, a non-profit organization in Massachusetts, is known for its professional development, public policy work, and educational research. In 2011, they identified a statewide need for a program that could develop and prepare a pipeline of outstanding school leaders to address the needs of the most challenging schools.

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  • Coaching Principals and Teams in Rhode Island’s Turnaround Schools

    Coaching Principals and Teams in Rhode Island’s Turnaround Schools

    As part of its Race To The Top planning, the Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) decided to launch an Academy for Transformative Leadership to strengthen leadership for low-achieving schools across the state. RIDE selected NYC Leadership Academy to assist in the design and launch of a variety of new school leadership programs as part of this initiative.

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100% of clients surveyed were satisfied with the curriculum design and delivery provided by NYCLA

100% of clients surveyed believe that the curriculum design support provided by NYCLA is more effective than its competitors

100% of clients surveyed believe that NYCLA’s curriculum design and delivery will positively impact leaders’ performance 

92% of New York City principals coached by NYCLA report that coaching had led to improvements in classroom instruction in their schools

Aspiring Principal Program graduates in New York City have proven to reverse the declines in achievement in low-performing schools