Institute participants are recommended by their Network Chief and meet the additional following criteria:
- Professional Educator License (PEL) with administrative endorsement
- Have interest in securing an AP position the following year
- Able to attend three-day Institute during Spring Break
If you are interested in attending the institute, we recommend talking to your principal and/or Network Chief.
The three-day institute prepares aspiring assistant principals to self-assess readiness for the assistant principal role, as well as identify activities in their current role to prepare them for leadership. In addition, participants will leave the session with tools and ideas to continue to assess their readiness for the assistant principal position.
Day 1: CPS Way - CPS Principal Competencies A & B
Day 2: Leadership in Action - CPS Principal Competencies C & D
Day 3: Securing & Entering an AP Position - CPS Principal Competency E
Support After Attending Institute
After attending the Institute, participants are invited to attend follow-up workshops to refine their resumes and additional areas of needs. Participants will also be placed on an Aspiring AP list as recommended candidates for future AP positions.
If you have questions or need further service, click here to contact the Office of Access and Enrollment.