What Could You Do in an Opportunity Culture? (2016)

February 15, 2016

See OpportunityCulture.org/jobs for job openings in Opportunity Culture schools, and watch what current Opportunity Culture educators have to say about their roles as teacher-leaders known as multi-classroom leaders (MCLs), blended-learning teachers, and subject-specializing teachers. Their new teacher-leader roles offer them “the best of both worlds,” working directly with teachers and students to help both reach their goals, while earning large pay supplements, within school budgets. Team teachers receive the support and feedback they need to develop into the excellent teachers they aspire to be, and students thrive in an environment where excellent teachers are directly accountable for their growth.

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