To provide practicing and aspiring school leaders with learning and networking opportunities designed to develop their capacity to create schools that work for all children.
The Center’s activities are guided by the belief that all activities should be:
• Developed and led by practitioners
• Provide opportunities for school leaders to support each other
The Principals Center, housed at Georgia State University is a collaborative effort between the University and local school districts and other agencies to provide cutting edge professional development for school leaders. The Center was founded at GSU in 1984 as part of the National Network of Principals' Centers, created by Roland Barth at Harvard University. The Center offers training and support to help school leaders be successful change agents able to build strong learning communities. Through workshops, forums, seminars and interaction with peers and national experts, the Principals Center provides the knowledge and sophisticated skills required by today’s school executive.
Board of Advisors...
The Board of Advisors guides the activities of the Center. It is comprised of representatives from the school districts that are members of the Center, school leaders and representatives of the faculty of the Department of Educational Policy Studies of Georgia State University
Principals Center in the News...
View the Fall 2010 Article in Milestones, the College of Education's magazine for alumni, friends, faculty and staff on our Facebook page at icon to the left.
View the bios of our staff and the current list of Board members