Louisiana Leader Fellows
Louisiana Leader Fellows trains and certifies talented teachers to become highly-qualified principals, assistant principals and district leaders. Through participation in the Fellowship program, the teacher leaders serve in K-12 schools as full time educational leadership residents while simultaneously enrolling in the Fellowship’s intensive full-time CEHD program that allows them to become certified principals. This program has been funded by a grant. CEHD is actively pursuing grant funding to continue this program or a similar program.
- Become a certified principal in 13 months
- Make a difference by working in an in-demand career at a high-poverty area
Commissioner of Higher Education Sally Clausen, ULM President James Cofer and College of Education and Human Development Dean Sandi Lemoine stand with the Louisiana Leader Fellows participants.
Louisiana Leader Fellows In the News
...Gov. Jindal recognized ULM, the state's highest-ranking provider, and LSU-S as providers of the Fellowship program... Click here to see complete story
Gov. Jindal speaks with ULM
professors Dr. Rice and Higher Education
Dr. Gilbert Dr. Sally Clausen