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This conference was designed to provide pK-12 educators, higher education faculty and administrators, mental health practitioners, researchers, community leaders, policy makers, and other professionals with a forum to create coalitions to address pK-12 bullying and cyber-bullying learning environments.
The Auburn City Schools/Auburn University Leadership Academy provides relevant job-embedded professional development to develop the leadership capacity of current and potential educational leaders within the system.
The Black Belt Superintendents Coalition is designed to support research efforts, professional development, organizational and leadership development, and other efforts focused on assisting school superintendents within the Black Belt region to maximize resources and improve student learning.
The Truman Pierce Institute partnered with the Auburn City Schools district as a consultant to establish The Hal Moore Youth Leadership National Academy of Honor in October, 2009. The mission of the Academy is to educate, equip and empower youth with the knowledge, training and skills necessary to cultivate academics and leadership and to promote honor and service in the schools and communities in which they live. The vision of the Academy is to share locally and nationally General Hal Moore's ideals of leadership and honor.
The Truman Pierce Institute (TPI) received the Leadership for Effective Academic Reform Now (LEARN) Grant, provided by Alabama’s Department of Education, for three fiscal years beginning in 2006. LEARN sought to address the need for on-going, sustainable, professional development for school administrators and teacher leaders through the development and support of leadership academies.
Last Updated: Apr 16, 2012