For three decades, helping school leaders build a legacy for children and their communities.
Legacy Films are key factors of a successful planning process because they remind everyone about the greatness that exists in their schools - the foundation on which changes can be built. These films also give the community a “window” into the process, so they can see the process from afar even if they have not gotten involved in it directly.
Mission: Empowering Schools & Communities To Build A Legacy For Their Children.
Vision: Facilitate A Collaborative & Radically Inclusive Process That Inspires A Community To Believe Its Best Years Are Ahead.
Core Ideology: When the collective wisdom of a community can be discovered and expressed in a vision and plan for the future, there is no issue that cannot be resolved and no audacious goal that cannot be achieved.
The Educational Legacy Planning Group is in a joint partnership with the New York Council of School Superintendents (NYSCOSS) in producing a website and video content for ProfilesInEducationalLeadership.com. Our latest work (left) features "Student Voices" focused on diversity. @LeaderProfiles.
We profile the stories of leaders who are making a difference for children and communities.
Read an article by Robert Hendriks appearing in the latest issue of the New York Council of School Superintendent's Councilgram. It presents a compelling case for rethinking how our schools are delivering instruction to students.
The Educational Legacy Planning Group is one of the premier educational planning firms in the U.S. with more than three decades of experience in hundreds of communities around the country. Our work includes strategic visioning, learning environment planning, educational film production, crisis management, demographic forecasting, superintendent/board relations, and leadership development.
The Educational Legacy Planning Group is a division of E-Research & Management, Inc., a sub-chapter S corporation operating in New York State since 2002. E-Research is also a registered NYS Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).
Robert J. Hendriks APR, ALEP, is serving a three year term as chairman of the Commission that oversees the Accredited Learning Environment Planner (ALEP) international accreditation process. He continues to serve on the faculty of the Advanced Academy for Learning Spaces.
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