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Leadership Through Systems Change
Tuesday, September 20, 2016 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Presented by Dr. Barbara Stock Nielsen, Former South Carolina State Superintendent
Sponsored by Girls Thinking Global
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Change is a constant in our world. Anyone in leadership needs a clear vision, goals, and implementation plans that include impacts on all aspects of the system and a detailed strong process evaluation that provides feedback to assist in the ever-changing system.
In this webinar, Dr. Barbara Stock Nielsen shared lessons learned on how to implement the process of systemic change — lessons she learned in her 49 years as a teacher, administrator, and education consultant. She became the first woman in South Carolina to hold the post of State Superintendent and managed a $2.2 billion-a-year agency that served more than 1,000 schools in 91 school districts.
This webinar will be of particular interest to anyone in leadership attempting to make and institutionalize change, especially school and district K-12 leaders.
Dr. Barbara Stock Nielsen, Former South Carolina State Superintendent.
For 17 years, Dr. Nielsen served in Jefferson County Public Schools in Kentucky as an elementary teacher, principal, curriculum specialist, district administrator and as a consultant to the Prichard Committee on Kentucky Education Reform. After moving to South Carolina in 1983, she served as an administrator in the Beaufort County School District. Elected in 1990 and re-elected in 1994, she became the first woman to hold the post of State Superintendent. She managed a $2.2 billion-a-year agency that served more than 1,000 schools in 91 school districts. Throughout her tenure, South Carolina developed rigorous academic standards and assessments, implemented state of the art technology statewide, full day kindergarten, and a financial analysis system which followed every dollar spent from all revenue sources down to the classroom level. She passed SC Charter School Legislation.
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