Florida Educational Leadership Exam

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Florida Educational Leadership Exam



Florida Educational Leadership Exam

Test 1: Instruction-65 Q, 2 Hr.Instructional Leadership1.Curriculum development/school improvement2.Best practices3.School culture4.Instructional design, teaching, and learning5.Special needs student6.Federal and State lawLearning Environment7.Tort and contract liability8.Funding9.Financial accounting and auditing10.Facilities management11.Student services12.Student and parental rights13.Federal lawLearning, Accountability, Assessment14.State law15.Measurement of effective student performance16.Assessment instruments17.Diagnostic tools for instructional improvement

Test 2: Operation-65Q, 2 Hr.Technology1.Technology for teaching and learning2.Tecnology for operationsHuman Resources3.Recruiting, selecting, inducting, retaining staff4.Performance assessment procedures5.Managing personal records6.Discipline, dismissal, nonrenewal of school employees7.Collective bargaining agreements8.Data analysis9.State lawEthical Leadership10.Ethical conduct11.Federal and State lawDecision-making Strategies12.Federal and/or State law13.Change14.Data Analysis

Test 3: School-50/60 Q, 2.5 Hr.Written AssessmentCommunity and Stakeholder Partnerships1.Community relations2.Assessment instruments3.State law4.Student services5.Student and parental rights and responsibilitiesDiversity6.Federal and State lawVision7.Relate State standards, student needs, community, and school goals8.Data analysisWritten Performance Assessment9.Effective writing and data analysis

Student Learning:1. Knowledge to increase achievement using learning goals and state measurements2. Knowledge to use leadership to build and support an organization focused on student success and improvement3. Knowledge to effectively align school curriculum with standards, instructional strategies, student needs, and assessments.4. Knowledge to effictively structure and monitor the school environment to improve all students' learning

Organization:1. Knowledge to effectively recruit a high-performing, diverse faculty/staff2. Knowledge to effectively develop and retain this faculty/staff3. Knowledge to effectively cultivate, support, and develop leaders4. Knowledge of quality personal and professional behavior

Systems:1. Knowledge to effectively support the mission, vision, and improvement priorities based on research and best practices2. Knowledge to effectively manage school operations for a safe and effective learning environment3. Knowledge to effectively effectively use resources and money to maximize a safe and effective learning environment4. Knowledge to use legal practices and applications that assure a safe and effective learning environment5.Knowledge to effectively communicate to accomplish goals and build relationships with all stakeholders.


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