The Alternative Education Leaders Network is designed to share evidence-based practices, facilitate peer-to-peer learning, promote collaborative problem-solving and ensure alternative education leaders have access to state initiatives.
The Aspiring Administrators program is designed to introduce prospective leaders to the essential responsibilities, skills, challenges and rewards associated with school administration from a practitioner’s perspective.
The Central Ohio Curriculum Leaders Network is a professional network offered to Central Ohio district administrators who have the primary responsibility for leadership in Teaching and Learning.
COSA is an organization comprised of all public school district superintendents in Delaware, Franklin, Union, Licking (Licking Heights Local Schools and Northridge Local Schools), Ross (Chillicothe City Schools) and Madison (Tolles Career & Technical Center) counties.
The District Leadership Institute offers district leadership development that goes beyond the traditional superintendent licensure experience by providing practical learning opportunities necessary for mastery of exemplary district leadership practices.
The ESC can provide one-on-one executive coaching for superintendents, assistant superintendents, directors, principals, and assistant principals in all aspects of effective leadership.
An experienced team provides comprehensive search service for boards of education. The ESC provides varying levels of search services: 1) targeting candidates; 2) open posted candidates; and 3) accelerated process.
The Principals Resource Network (PRN) provides tools and resources to support Principals as they work with students, staff, parents and community members.
The ESC of Central Ohio provides credential training in alignment with state evaluation systems.
The ESC assists district leadership teams in setting long-range strategic direction and developing a focused plan to get there.