OSC joins leadership group
SeaTac Occupation Skill Center has been accepted into the Successful Practices Network, a part of the International Center for Leadership in Education.
The Successful Practices Network is a not-for-profit membership organization designed for good schools that want to become even better. The Network provides a mechanism to share data, experiences, technical assistance, research and best practices with one another.
Members can seek peer and expert advice on school improvement from like-minded schools and education leaders.
Every school has a liaison from the International Center for Leadership in Education. The liaison facilitates requests for assistance and connects the school to other member schools and to International Center advisors and subject-matter experts.
Founded in 1991 by Willard R. Daggett, Ed.D., the International Center for Leadership in Education has assisted schools and districts in implementing organizational changes that translate into world-class curriculum, instruction, and assessment systems.
International Center staff, senior consultants, and master teachers and trainers share their expertise in the management of change, achieving high standards, curriculum development and customized solutions for clients.
The International Center's work is based on the premise that students are living in a world that is changing dramatically.