Charlotte, N.C.’s Project L.I.F.T.

Charlotte LIFT cover New Teaching Roles Create Culture of Excellence in High-Need Schools

Case Study [pdf]  | Q&A [pdf]

Public Impact’s second Opportunity Culture case study explains the “truly different” things that Project L.I.F.T. did to redesign four schools using Opportunity Culture models and principles. The study details the steps these schools took and the challenges they faced as they prepared to kick off their Opportunity Culture models at the beginning of the 2013–14 school year. The accompanying study, Charlotte N.C.’s Project L.I.F.T.: One Teacher’s View of Becoming a Paid Teacher-Leader, offers a Q&A with an excellent teacher on one design team, now set to take on one of the redesigned jobs as a multi-classroom leader.

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