The Student Leadership Challenge®

Pre-Event Offered at the Annual Leadership Institute July 28, 2021:

Implement the Student Leadership Challenge® in Your School
Led by KASA partner and TLC® Master Gary Morgan and Kentucky leadership who have implemented TSLC® in their schools

Join this session for an introduction to The Student Leadership Challenge® (TSLC®) model, the research behind it, and strategies for implementing it in your school.

TSLC® provides a comprehensive framework with real-world application to help students become their very best.

This session is the kickoff event to a yearlong cohort comprised of school leaders, teachers and other staff who wish to launch TSLC® in their school or expand their knowledge base and skill set as a leader of TSLC®. The session provides an overview of the cohort model and coaching  planned for the year ahead to develop your leaders and a program unique to your school. 
 
Date: July 28, 2021
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. EST
Cost: $169
Includes: Lunch and a copy of The Student Leadership Challenge®, 3rd Edition
Five hours EILA credit

Even if your students don’t identify themselves as leaders, everyone has the potential to lead.


If you’re engaged in liberating the leadership potential in today’s young people—we welcome you to explore The Student Leadership Challenge®. From student-centered books and the 360-degree Student Leadership Practices Inventory to professional development workshops for student leadership educators like you, you’ll find tools and resources designed specifically to help you inspire, encourage, and develop the next generation of leaders.
 
The Student Leadership Challenge® is grounded in the same extensive research as the
 classic Leadership Challenge products and programs that were created by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner for use with adult learners in organizations, executive development, and graduate-level programs around the world. With a unique focus on younger learners, The Student Leadership Challenge® has been consistently proven to liberate the leader in every student or young person—regardless of age and experience. 



Photos: Students from George Ro
gers Clark High School (Clark County) and Ben Johnson Elementary School (Breckinridge County) participating in team leadership activities.





For resources or more information about The Student Leadership Challenge®, contact Rhonda Caldwell, CAE , Ed.D., or Lisa Ducker at (800) 928-KASA.


Districts participating in The Student Leadership Challenge®
Breckinridge County Nick Carter
Butler County Josh Belcher
Clark County David Bolen
Daviess County Rick Lasley
Fairview Independent Eric Hale
Floyd County Rachel Crider
Greenup County Sherry Horsley
Marion County Sara Brady
Middlesboro Independent Bob Bennett

Student Leadership Summit Webpage