PA Inspired LeadersHIP (PIL) Program
The Pennsylvania Inspired Leadership (PIL) Program is a statewide, standards-based continuing professional education program for school and system leaders. The comprehensive, cohort-based program is focused on developing the capacity of leaders to improve student achievement. The program is offered by the Department of Education in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Intermediate Units and other partners at eight regional sites (see accompanying map). Each of the eight sites is administered by a PIL Regional Site Coordinator.
Participant Application Information
The PIL 2016-17 Program Application is now available. You may download the application and email the completed document to the designated address.
Pennsylvania Inspired Leadership Regions
This program meets the requirements of Act 45 of 2007, which directs the Department to establish a Principal Induction Program that addresses the three core PA leadership standards and a Continuing Professional Education Program that addresses the three core and six corollary PA leadership standards.
What is Act 45 of 2007
For more information on Act 45 of 2007, refer to the Frequently Asked Questions, or you can read the complete text of the Act 45.
Approved, Non-PDE Courses
In addition to the existing PDE/PA Inspired Leadership (PIL) Program course schedules displayed under each Region, a current listing of approved programs and courses, offered by other entities, that meet the requirements for ACT 45 of 2007 for school and system leaders can be found below.
Invitation to Qualify
The current submission open date is April 3, 2017
The current submission
close date is May 11, 2017
The current review session dates are May 25-26, 2017
The next submission open date is July 3, 2017
The next submission close date is August 15, 2017
The next review session dates are September 14-15, 2017
David W. Volkman, PIL Program Leader
For additional information, please contact:
Carla Wilson | PA Inspired Leadership Program
Phone: 717.346.7112 | Fax: 717.783.8230