In the latest round of funding for the state’s Advanced Teaching Roles pilot, the North Carolina State Board of Education awarded grants to three districts that will implement Opportunity Culture roles—Halifax County and Hertford County in eastern North Carolina and Lexington City Schools in Davidson County.
What do teachers, multi-classroom leaders, and administrators think about Opportunity Culture? In Vance County, a school district north of Raleigh on the North Carolina-Virginia border, their feelings about Opportunity Culture reflect the district’s motto: Vance County Proud.
Public Impact is excited to announce that our Opportunity Culture initiative is partnering with the College Board and the N.C. School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) to reach rural school districts with excellent NCSSM teachers.
Public Impact is hiring for entry-level, post-graduate positions on teams facilitating Opportunity Culture school transformations, using Multi-Classroom Leadership and other innovative roles for educators.
We’re excited to share the latest results from Opportunity Culture schools in North Carolina, according to the data released by the state.
Today’s Hechinger Report highlights Opportunity Culture in Edgecombe County Public Schools, a rural North Carolina district.
Public Impact is pleased to announce our fourth cohort of Opportunity Culture Fellows. This year’s 15 fellows are Opportunity Culture multi-classroom leaders and principals who have achieved strong results and been leaders in their schools and districts.
What can schools learn from Google? A lot, says Talia Milgrom-Elcott, who leads 100Kin10, a network to which we belong that is devoted to addressing the nation’s STEM teacher shortage.
Public Impact, founder of the Opportunity Culture initiative, is looking for a great writer to hire–join our growing team!
Public Impact, founder of the Opportunity Culture initiative, is hiring now for a media and communications assistant–join a growing team that needs you!