Michigan Fellowship of Instructional Leaders
The Michigan Fellowship of Instructional Leaders gives educators the tools they need to foster systemic improvement in their schools. Through the Fellowship, instructional leaders serve on school teams that participate in professional development events with leaders from other improving schools. The Fellowship supports these teams as they increase student learning and achievement by improving the quality of daily classroom instruction.
School leaders learn how to strengthen:
- The coherence of their local instructional programs
- The function of the school’s professional community
- Their ability to manage and leverage local resources in ever more strategic and thoughtful ways
Since 2007, more than 100 schools have taken part in the Fellowship, reviewing, planning, and customizing powerful strategies for instructional improvement. National experts have recognized Fellowship results for their excellence and, indeed, we are already beginning to lasting results for learners.