Is Multi-Classroom Leadership Right for You?

March 24, 2016

If you’re interested in:

–Spreading your excellent teaching to many more students

–Leading a team of teaching peers toward the great outcomes you’ve gotten with your students by:

  • collaborating with them
  • co-teaching
  • coaching
  • co-planning
  • giving (and getting) consistent, on-the-job, genuine professional development and support

–Taking responsibility for the learning of all students in the team

–Making significantly higher pay for taking on this leadership and responsibility

…then a Multi-Classroom Leader role is waiting for your application!

Schools across the country have posted their Opportunity Culture positions, and it’s an advantage to apply now, not later in the spring or summer. See the links on our Jobs page, and find how you can make a difference in many more students’ lives.

And if you know teachers who want to reach more students without leading a team, or work on a multi-classroom leader’s team, share the jobs link with them as well–to find blended-learning roles and other expanded impact and team-teaching positions–all of which offer the strong support and collaboration that make Opportunity Culture jobs so popular.

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