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Superintendent and Board Members Attend Leadership Program at Harvard Business School

Sunday, July 28, 2019, 8:00 AM

No action will be taken by the Board of Education during this first-of-its-kind professional development program.

Meeting Information and Documents:

  • Meeting Location:
    Harvard Business School Executive Education Complex, 111 Western Ave., Boston, MA 02163
  • Meeting Notice: Posted on July 25, 2019 at 1:55 PM
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Additional Details

Albuquerque Public Schools Superintendent Raquel Reedy and all seven school board members will travel to Harvard Business School in Boston to participate in a professional development program focused on strong and effective school board governance.

The Accelerating Board Capacity (ABC) Institute has been custom-designed for the Council of the Great City Schools by a team of Harvard University faculty members and will run July 28-31. APS is one of 75 urban school districts that are members of the Council. 

School leaders in 18 big-city school systems from across the country will receive faculty instruction from professors from Harvard Business School, as well as the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. 

The program will include several classroom sessions each day using the Harvard Business School case study method, along with smaller-group sessions and discussions on issues such as the Roles and Responsibilities of the School Board and Incorporating Family and Community Voice in Decision Making.

The Council collaborated with Harvard Business School to create the first-of-its-kind professional development program designed to leave participants with tangible tools for improved governance in their respective school districts and lead to increased student achievement outcomes and improved relations between the school board and the superintendent.

“The ABC Institute will offer a rigorous learning experience and a first-class professional development opportunity for our member school districts,” said Michael Casserly, the Council executive director. “This is a rare opportunity to learn from an institution with a legacy of success, alongside other leaders with a shared mission of improving the nation’s urban school systems.”

Invitations to apply to the program were sent out in February and 95 board members and superintendents from across the country will attend. With Council discounts and subsidies, the cost to attend is $2,813 a person.

In addition to APS, superintendents and school board members from the following school districts will attend the ABC Institute: Anchorage School District, Boston Public Schools, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools, Columbus Public Schools, the School District of Philadelphia, Pittsburgh Public Schools, San Diego Unified School District, St. Louis Public Schools, Oregon’s Portland Public Schools, California’s Fresno Unified School District, New York’s Rochester City School District, Nevada’s Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Florida’s Broward County Public Schools in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami-Dade County Public Schools, and Texas’ Dallas Independent School District and Fort Worth Independent School District.

At the end of the program, participants will receive a certificate of completion from HBS and the Council.