The Dougherty County School System kicked off it's 2018 Cohort of the Georgia Leadership Institute for School Improvement.
This crop of emerging educational leaders will spend the next year looking at school improvement trends and data, strategies for improvement and growth and ways to apply those strategies to schools in the system. The program is run by Associate Superintendent for Academic Services Dr. Ufot Inyang and meets the district's strategic plan goal for school and district leader development.
The program is part of GLISI, which is a statewide school leadership program.
GLISI is an independent, non-profit organization that is committed to working with district and school leaders to build leadership capacity, improve organizational effectiveness, and create conditions that improve student achievement. We partner with education leaders in Georgia and across the nation to drive positive change in their districts and schools through performance-based leadership development, district consulting, and research, drawing on best practice in K-12 education, business, and adult learning.