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This coaching-based course, with an emphasis on job-embedded support, is designed for individuals who have assumed an administrative role under a Preliminary Administrative Services Credential and who now need to complete a Clear Administrative Services Credential program. Candidates will enroll in the academic year-long EDUC X399A Induction course (5 units of credit) prior to enrolling in the academic year-long EDUC X399B Final Evaluation course (5 units of credit). Successful completion of these two courses, over two academic years, comprises the course work required for the Clear credential. The central structure of the Clear Induction ASC program is the coaching experience. At the beginning of the Induction course, each candidate selects a qualified, trained coach which he/she will work with throughout the two-year program. Typically working in the same school and/or school district as the candidate, coaches are selected for skills and interest in fostering today's educational leaders. During the Induction course, candidates will complete approximately 20 hours of professional development as required in all Clear Induction ASC programs. Based upon a candidate’s individual needs, professional development activities are acquired through the candidate’s work-related professional development opportunities or through the online activities offered by the program.
Please note you must apply and be officially admitted to the Clear Administrative Services Credential program prior to enrolling in this course.
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Leisa Winston, Ed.D., is the Superintendent for Huntington Beach City School District. She has performed varied roles in education, including teacher, consultant, and district administrator for school districts in Michigan and California. Her areas of expertise include educational leadership, special education, student services, human resources, and public relations. She is an active member of ACSA, serving as the Region 17 ACSA/CAPEA State Co-Chair and as an instructor for the ACSA Personnel and Curriculum and Instruction Academies.
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