The Five Big Ideas for Leading High Reliability Schools
November 09, 2023
Join AASA and Solution Tree-Marzano Resources on Thursday, November 9 at 3:00pm ET for an informative webinar, where we will dispel popular myths long held by school and district leaders, reinvigorate your district's commitment to focus on the right work,
and guide you in supporting the daily practices that matter most in achieving high levels of student success. Key topics include:
- what it means to lead high reliability schools, which is a way an organization chooses to live and operate to fulfill the mission of providing each child with access and opportunity to learn.
- how to deepen your understanding of high reliability schools by learning the five big ideas for operating as high reliability schools in your district.
· Exploring enhanced leadership accountability scales to guide school leaders in staying focused on developing systemic approaches to the HRS version of the “right work”.
Don't miss this exciting opportunity and register today!
Philip B. Warrick, Ed.D.
Author and Global Consultant
Solution Tree-Marzano Resources
Philip B. Warrick, Ed.D. spent the first 25 years of his education career as a teacher, assistant principal, principal, and superintendent and has experience leading schools in the states of Nebraska and Texas. He was named the 1998 Nebraska Outstanding New Principal of the Year and was the 2005 Nebraska State High School Principal of the Year. In 2008, Dr. Warrick was hired as the campus principal at Round Rock High School in Round Rock, Texas. In 2010, he was invited to be an inaugural participant in the Texas Principals' Visioning Institute, where he collaborated with other principals from the state of Texas to develop a vision for effective practices in Texas schools.
In 2011, Dr. Warrick joined the Solution Tree-Marzano Resources team and works as an author and global consultant in the areas of high reliability school leadership, instruction and instructional coaching, assessment, grading, and collaborative teaming.