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As Principal of Toledo Blade Elementary, Mr. Chris Renouf and his team led the Title I, 1,600-student School In Need of Improvement (SINI) to achieving Adequate Yearly Progress, as measured by the federal No Child Left Behind legislation, for five consecutive years, as well as being recognized as a Distinguished Title I School by the State of Florida.

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In the video clip below Principal Renouf discusses the need to be clear about beliefs and expectations as a school leader when it’s all about results… that last.

 

Evidence-Based Leadership principles result in improved learning results, improved parent satisfaction, and improved teacher performance and staff engagement. The principles help leaders create a results-driven culture and guide teachers on what they can expect from leaders.

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Learn more about strategies for improving employee engagement, parent satisfaction, and leader feedback performance processes at What’s Right in Education 2013. Learn and connect with other high performing educational leaders, and discuss how to set board and superintendent measures and cascade those across all levels of leadership in the district; identify what “right” looks like in service excellence; and become part of a district leadership collaborative.

Mr. Chris Renouf is currently the principal at Ashton Elementary School. The video clip is from What’s Right in Education 2012. See other videos from last year’s event here. For more information or to register for the 2013 event in Atlanta (October 21-23) visit http://studereducation.com/wrie2013.

Our mission at Studer Education is to provide students with a great place to learn, teachers with a great place to teach, and parents with confidence that their children are getting a great education. Visit us online at http://studereducation.com. Studer Education is a division of Studer Group, ranked for the fifth straight year on the Best Small and Medium Workplaces by Great Place to Work® and a recipient of the 2010 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.