Principals play a crucial role in encouraging teachers to make instructional changes. For that reason, districts must invest as deeply in principals’ learning around the new math standards as they do in teachers’ learning.

Produced by WestEd’s Math in Common (MiC) initiative, this report explores the ways two California districts are moving to support principals systematically, and highlights seven common elements of their professional learning systems that matter most for building administrators’ instructional leadership capacity in math.

Visit the Developing Principals’ Instructional Leadership: Systems of Support in Two Math in Common Districts resource page to learn more and download your copy.