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13a.07.10.00.htm 13A.07.10.00. Title 13A STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION Subtitle 07 SCHOOL PERSONNEL Chapter 10 Comprehensive Principal Induction Program Authority: Education Article, §2-205(b) (c) and (g) and 6-202(b) Annotated Code of Maryland
13a.07.10.01.htm 13A.07.10.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter applies to a comprehensive induction program for new principals. The purpose of this regulation is to provide guidance for local school systems to establish a high quality induction program that addresses critical professional learning needs of new principals, improves instructional quality, and helps inductees achieve success in their initial assignments, resulting in improved student learning and higher retention in the profession. The induction program th
13a.07.10.02.htm 13A.07.10.02. 02 Incorporation by Reference.. In this chapter, the following document is incorporated by reference:. Maryland Instructional Leadership Framework, 2005, which has been incorporated by reference in COMAR 13A.07.09.03.
13a.07.10.03.htm 13A.07.10.03. 03 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Mentee" means a public school principal who is the recipient of the services of a mentor.. 2) "Mentor" means an individual who possesses the attributes set forth in Regulation .06 of this chapter.3) "New principal" means a principal who is:. a) New to the position; or. b) A veteran who is new to the local school system.. 4) “Executive officer” means a principal's supervi
13a.07.10.04.htm 13A.07.10.04. 04 General Requirements.. A. Each local school system shall have a comprehensive induction program for new principals. Such programs should be differentiated based on the needs of the principal and should include such components as:1) A locally designed orientation program for all principals new to the principalship and/or local school system;2) Ongoing support from a mentor; and. 3) Appropriate levels of staffing to plan and coordinate all induction activities..
13a.07.10.05.htm 13A.07.10.05. 05 Mentoring Component of the Comprehensive Induction Program.. A. A local school system shall identify full-time or part-time mentors to support principals during their comprehensive induction period.B. In collaboration with the mentor, the new principal shall identify areas for focus of his/her professional growth.C. Mentors shall:. 1) Demonstrate a knowledge base and skills to address the performance evaluation criteria and outcomes to be met by each mentee; and
13a.07.10.06.htm 13A.07.10.06. 06 Evaluation of the Comprehensive Induction Program.. Local school systems shall evaluate the effectiveness of the comprehensive induction program..
13a.07.10.07.htm 13A.07.10.07. 07 Date of Compliance.. Local school systems shall be in full compliance with this chapter by July 1, 2014..
13a.07.10.08.htm 13A.07.10.08. 08 Reporting Requirements.. By September 1, 2014, and each 5 years after, each local school system superintendent shall certify to the State Superintendent of Schools that the Comprehensive Principal Induction Program meets the minimum requirements set forth in this chapter.
13a.07.10.9999.htm 13A.07.10.9999. Administrative History Effective date: April 1, 2013 (40:6 Md. R. 475).
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