North Dakota Council of Educational Leaders

Registration(s):
NDCEL 2018 Fall Conference Attendee Registration Form

Tentative Schedule NDCEL Fall Conference
NDATL ONLY Membership 2018-2019

VENDOR Registration Forms:
NDATL VENDOR Registration
 
NDCEL Fall Conference VENDOR Registration 

Children's Prevention and Early Intervention Behavioral Health Pilot Project 

Model Code of Ethics


NDCEL/DPI Bootcamp Presentations
Superintendent Finance and Budgets
 Effective Teaching and Teacher Evaluations - Russ Ziegler and Kevin Hoherz 
Innovation - Dr David Flowers
Choice Ready - Dr. Aimee Copas, Russ Ziegler, Ned Clooten
School, Community & Media Relations - Paula Suda and Mark Vollmer
Balance, Time Management, Big Firsts, Culture/Climate - Scott Faul and Amanda Meier
 
First Impressions New School Administrator - Mike McNeff and Scott Privatsky
 Recruitment & Rentention of Quality Teachers in Rural North Dakota - Mike Bradner and Kirk Ham
 Board Relations - Travis Jordan, Mike Bitz and Jim Johnson 

ND Educational Events Calendar

2018 Regional Legislator Meetings.docx

EPS Career Pathways Booklet 2018-2019

Summer Conference Materials
Troy Hutchings - Professional Ethics for Educators


 School Calendar Guidance

There have been some questions related to school closures due to weather or other emergencies. Here is some guidance for all! (Click here)


Unveiling Our New Job Posting Website - EdJobsND.com!

Check out our new vacancy website at www.EdJobsND.com.  North Dakota school districts can subscribe to this service and be able to post ALL their school-related job openings. Download an enrollment form today (click here).

The Benefits of Membership

  1. Legal Assistance
  2. Conferences
  3. Legislative Representation
  4. Publications
  5. State-Level Liaison
  6. Coalitions for Education
  7. Special Discounts
  8. Consultant/Research Services
  9. Peer Contact
  10. Strength in Numbers
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Executive Director Deliberations

This legislative session has really gotten me to thinking about a number of things regarding education and NDCEL.  What are the true needs of our members?  How are we, and how can we better be a support system that at the end of the day positively impacts kids?  I think that the answer to this lives within some questions that we need to continually ask ourselves.

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