Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium Standards

The Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards are a standards-based framework to reshape principalship and strengthen the core of effective leadership. The ISLLC standards provide state and district leaders guidance on what school leaders should know and do and describe what they can do to fortify organizations, support teachers, guide instruction, and advance student learning. This entry provides an overview of the history of the ISLLC standards; compares the standards in 1996, 2008, and 2015; analyzes the chronical changes of the standards; and discusses the implementation of the standards.

Development of the ISLLC Standards: A Historical Review

The ISLLC initiative began in August 1994, purporting to develop standards that influence the leadership skills of existing school leaders. The ISLLC standards were first developed in 1996, ...

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