The Louisville Writing Project, an affiliate of the National Writing Project based at the University of Louisville, is offering a three-part Virtual Administrator’s Academy on argument writing for Kentucky teachers.

The academy will focus on evidence-based argument strategies. The Louisville Writing Project emphasizes the importance of argument writing and how to teach it, noting its role in assessment testing and college admissions.

The three online sessions, a total of nine hours, will be held Nov. 17, Dec. 8 and Jan. 12. All will take place from 9 a.m. to noon ET.

The cost is $200 for three sessions for one participant, with additional participants $100 each.

Those interested can register online for the Louisville Writing Project’s Virtual Administrator’s Academy on argument writing. Participants can receive Effective Instructional Leadership Act (EILA) credit.