By Sharon Kebschull Barrett, October 9, 2019
What could you do in an Opportunity Culture, and why do educators like it? Educators across the country share the support, collaboration, teacher satisfaction, and student learning results they see from implementing Opportunity Culture.
A complete Opportunity Culture includes:
- Early Childhood and K–12 Multi-Classroom Leadership following the essential five Opportunity Culture Principles;
- Paid, full-time, yearlong residencies for aspiring teachers who work under multi-classroom leaders;
- Multi-School Leadership, in which excellent principals lead a small group of two to eight related or closely located schools for more pay, funded within the budgets of their schools.
Watch the short video and check out the Opportunity Culture website to learn why this movement continues to grow 50 percent each year. Then share with educators, parents, and policymakers you know who would benefit from the higher student learning growth and educator career opportunities of an Opportunity Culture!
For more information on creating an Opportunity Culture, contact Public Impact, founder of the Opportunity Culture initiative