A new class of 10 innovators in public education are completing The Broad Academy, the nation’s most prominent leadership-development program for urban school-system superintendents.
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The Broad Center for the Management of School Systems has been granted Initial Accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges’ Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities.
Dr. John E. Deasy will be consulting for The Broad Center, joining Dr. John O. Simpson as a superintendent-in-residence
The Urban Schools Human Capital Academy, in partnership with The Broad Center and Education Pioneers, announces inaugural class of Emerging Human Capital Leaders
First cohort of Academy Fellows to complete the new program model includes 11 outstanding leaders in K-12 public education
The Broad Center, Education Pioneers and the Strategic Data Project housed at the Center for Education Policy Research at Harvard University join forces through support from the Gates Foundation
A New Resource for Parents, Teachers, Voters
Broad Residency Announces Largest Incoming Class of Education Reform Executives in Program’s HistorySep 7, 2011
Class of 2011 includes an increase in Residents working to reform state departments of education.
Three high-ranking military officers, a telecom executive and four experienced educators have been selected to participate in The Broad Superintendents Academy.
Top leaders from education, military, business, government and nonprofit backgrounds have graduated from the 2010 Broad Superintendents Academy.
Broad Residency Receives $3.6 million Grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to Help Execute Teacher Effectiveness Initiatives
Broad Foundation commits another $20 million to develop school district leaders
Fourteen prominent leaders from across the country, including high-ranking military officers, government officials and education executives, have been selected to participate in the 2010 Broad Superintendents Academy.
Nine senior education, business and military leaders have graduated from the 2009 Broad Superintendents Academy, and six are already working at the highest levels of urban school systems to improve student achievement.