This chapter focuses on how one university leadership preparation program along the Texas-Mexico border made a deliberate and concerted effort to build a principal pipeline by establishing a local university school partnership with several local school districts along a border that is bilingual, bicultural, and binational. The preparation program focused on realigning to national standards, actively sought out collaborative feedback from district partners on the development of course assessments, the co-design of clinical experiences, establishing accessible in-district program scheduling, course instruction provided by highly qualified faculty, developing and implementing multiple program and course assessments, and established and implemented dispositions.
Abrego, J. (2020). Communities of Practice Along the Texas-Mexico Border: A University and School District Leadership Partnership. In Cases on Strategic Partnerships for Resilient Communities and Schools (pp. 78–97). IGI Global. https://www.igi-global.com/gateway/book/241181
Cases on Strategic Partnerships for Resilient Communities and Schools