REEP Business Fellowship students, Ginger Noyes, Laura Allen, Macaire Davies, Brian Johnson and Michael Nasra co-presented their project on November 12, 2011 to a group of educators during the REEP Innovation Showcase at Rice University. Below is a snapshot of their interesting project.
Humble ISD Leadership Development Program
Getting people to jump on the band-wagon is not difficult; the trick is in keeping people along for the ride. Humble Independent School District (Humble ISD) has proven its ability to travel on the band-wagon, a feat which can be accredited to its leadersâ€™ fearless embrace of out-of-the-box approaches.
REEP is similar to Humble ISD in its embrace of innovation, and REEP is reeducating school leaders in order to equip them with skills necessary to be positive and sustainable change agents in the education community. In other words; REEP gives school leaders the keys to the happy, awesome band-wagon. Currently, Humble ISD seeks to create a force of the monumental positive change agents which REEP produces. Macaire Davies, Laura Allen, Brian Johnson, Ginger Noyes, and Michael Nasra have devised a system to address Humble ISDâ€™s need of innovative educators and seek to utilize REEP as a trusted leadership training program.
To support and encourage educators to participate in the REEP professional development programs at Rice University, Humble ISD offers a scholarship to a highly selective group of REEP applicants from their district. For this scholarship to be possible, the REEP students have rallied Humble ISD leaders and secured time, money, and support to ensure the long-term success of their initiative.
For additional information, please contact Kim Huseman, REEP Associate Director of Programming & Talent Development, at email@example.com