Mathematics and Science Leadership Academy (MSLA): Leadership Structure

MSLA teachers share the portion of their school proposal that outlines how leadership is organized within the school. It includes information about discipline, attendance, family engagement, and student recruitment.

This document describes the leadership structures at MSLA, a teacher-powered school in Denver, Colorado. The roles and responsibilities of the two co-lead teachers are explained, as well as the leadership structures in which the entire staff engages.

This document also provides:

An explanation and rationale for the use of Conscious Discipline and Love and Logic to address student discipline issues
Strategies for family and community engagement
Strategies for student recruitment and enrollment

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Determining a collaborative leadership model

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