The Lilead Fellows program is a long-term professional development opportunity for a select group of school district library supervisors.
Perhaps you feel unworthy or unready to be a leader. But you can do it. You must: people are counting on you.
When Lilead Fellow and former district library services supervisor Leslie Yoder faced staff cuts and low morale, she kept fighting. Here’s how.
This powerful cohort of school district library heads is poised to bring innovation, bold leadership, and a new communal strength to the field.
This article was published in School Library Journal's December 2015 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.
This group of library administrators is starting a revolution in the school library world—and hopes to motivate you to join in.
Members of the Lilead Project—25 library district supervisors from across the country—gathered for a face-to-face meeting in Ohio. Topics discussed? Outcomes-based planning, effective marketing and leadership, and evaluating student success, to name a few.
The grants will allow eleven Lilead Fellows to attend the 2015 SLJ Leadership Summit in Seattle on September 26–27.