CAPEA's Coaching for Equity Model:

This 3-day model uses current research for responding to leaders in today's context.  Cultural Proficiency will be used as a conceptual framework for examining issues of equity and access related to the leadership standards.  CAPEA Coaches will fine tune their coaching skills, practice reflection, dialogue, and goal setting with candidates, learn protocols for assisting leader candidates on sit for observations, and use assessment/feedback materials to ensure candidates' continued growth over time.

CAPEA coaches must meet the following CTC criteria for registration:
  • Currently holds, or previously held, a CA Administrative Credential
  • Serves, or has served, in an educational leadership position (k-12 or higher education)
  • Available to coach Clear Induction candidates one-to-one (standards call for a range of 40-60 coaching hours annually per participating candidate)
  • Attends three days of face-to-face training, one day face-to-face follow up training, and on-line follow up sessions;
  • Possess dispositions consistent with maintaining a trusting, coaching-of-candidate relationship.

CAPEA Sponsored Coaching for Equity Professional Learning 
hosted at Pepperdine University, March 2015

Past Workshops

September 2017 session of Coaching for Equity in California Schools.

Join Dr. Keith Myatt in this 3-day training program designed for Clear Administration Induction Credential coaches.  The training will be September 13, 15, and 28.  The event will be held at William S Hart Union High School District Annex Building located at 26320 Spirit Court, Room 101, Santa Clarita, CA 91350.  Each day's session will be from 8:00am to 3:00pm.  A continental breakfast, lunch, materials, and parking are included in the registration fee.

Dates, location, and costs:

  • September 13, 15, & 28 at William S Hart Union High School District Annex Building, Santa Clarita, CA;
  • Each day's session will be from 8:00am to 3:00pm;
  • The registration fee is $375 for CAPEA members who are up-to-date on membership dues; members may bring institution "affiliates" at the cost of $400 person.