Mariah Cone

Mariah Cone

Vice President of Knowledge at SCHOOL LEADERS NETWORK INC

Location:
1100 E WASHINGTON RD, Hinsdale, Massachusetts, United States
HQ Phone:
(718) 392-5000

General Information

Experience

Vice President, Program  - Harvard

Member, Educational Leadership Program  - UCLA

Instructional Coach  - Los Angeles Unified School District

Independent Consultant  - Collaborative Solutions

Biology Teacher  - Los Angeles Unified School District

Education

Ed.D.  - 

Recent News  

Mariah Cone, Ed.D.
Vice President, Knowledge Mariah Cone began her career in the Los Angeles Unified School District, first as a Biology teacher and later as an instructional coach. She started Professional Learning Communities for teachers in her capacity as a coach in 2004. This endeavor led her to begin her doctoral studies with the Educational Leadership Program at the University of California, Los Angeles with a focus on professional learning communities for principals. She has been working with the School Leaders Network since 2010, developing the program, training and supervising the national staff of facilitators, and overseeing the evaluation arm of the organization. Her current role as Vice President of Knowledge is focused on influencing policy and practice related to developing practicing principals.

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It costs about $75,000 to recruit and train each replacement, says Mariah Cone, vice president of knowledge with the School Leaders Network.
The cost to student achievement is higher, she says, with studies showing that both math and English test scores drop when a principal leaves. "It takes up to three to five years for the next principal to really be able to show gains," Cone says. If the next principal lasts that long. Cone says ongoing mentoring and training might help more of them stay longer.

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Mariah Cone, Ed.D.
Vice President, Program Mariah Cone began her career in the Los Angeles Unified School District, first as a Biology teacher and later as an instructional coach. She started Professional Learning Communities for teachers in her capacity as a coach in 2004. Within three years she involved one-third of LAUSD faculty in these volunteer communities. This endeavor led her to begin a private consulting business that worked across the district, and to begin her doctoral studies with the Educational Leadership Program at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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