Top 10 Things for Middle Level Leaders to Know and Do!
Presenter: Ann McCarty
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Join AMLE and Ann McCarty as we examine and count down the Top 10 best leadership practices that will help us say, "No sweat! I've got this!" You wanted the best and you've got the best with the AMLE Leadership Institute faculty—what a team!
Ann McCarty, Ed.D., is the executive director of teaching and learning for the Bowling Green City Schools in Bowling Green, Ohio. She is responsible for K-12 curriculum, instruction, and assessment. Her duties include overseeing federal programs, the district Ohio Improvement Process, professional development, student teacher placements, and other district programming. Since 1997, Dr. McCarty has been a middle school music teacher, assistant principal, and principal at schools in Virginia and Ohio. In her various roles she has implemented curriculum writing activities, program and process reviews, responsive instruction, student behavior modification plans, coordinated projects to reduce truancy, increased student achievement, provided services for at-risk students, and collaborated with parents to create school community. Her committee work has included teacher evaluation system writing, digital learning, district-wide assessment and evaluation, capacity and facilities, special education advisory, literacy task force, equity, visual and performing arts; all of which have worked to influence policy and practices to improve the educational experiences of students. In 2014, Dr. McCarty was a representative for The School Superintendents Association (AASA) where she traveled to China and attended the Jiangsu International Forum for School Principals. In addition to her work with AMLE, she has been an adjunct professor at George Washington University where she worked with aspiring school leaders on supervision of instruction. She is a passionate educator who believes in the process of continual improvement to provide students with the education they deserve.