Leader: Helen Hayes, VP of National Leadership Talent, Great Hearts Academies
Course Dates: June 6 - 24
Course Time: Mondays and Wednesdays, 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (AZ), 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm (CST)
In many ways, school leadership involves a constant exercise in juggling priorities. Like all school leaders, the head of a classical school must think about student achievement, strong instruction, and the strength of the faculty. However, unique foundational considerations also operate in the life of the classical school leader. Where the primary field of study is the life well-lived, human flourishing, and the Good, the school leader must serve as a model of classical ethos, pathos, and logos. Beginning with a brief review of Aristotle's framework for ethics, this session will look at key areas of school function and the ways in which classical ethics operate, including faculty culture, student discipline, and developing a second tier of leaders on your campus. A focus of our work will be on ways in which leadership, as an activity, might appear to be in tension with key principles of liberal education.
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