Delmonika Vick, a math teacher and former reach associate at North Edgecombe High School in Tarboro, NC, explains why she chose to work in an Opportunity Culture school.
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A @PublicImpact initiative that extends reach of great teachers & their teams, for more pay, within budget. Opportunity Culture schools in 10 states & growing!
During remote-learning, Spanish-speaking parents noted how useful it was to have regular communication with educators & bilingual staff members, a strategy that can continue to be useful during in-person learning: https://www.opportunityculture.org/2021/12/08/for-families-with-language-barriers-what-worked-in-remote-learning/
The Nest is excited to welcome our new #teacherresidents! @AHSGoldenEagles is committed to growing strong teachers through @UTEP’s Opportunity Culture Program! #matchday #TogetherWeSoar @Joseph13464651 @ELPASO_ISD 🦅 🍎
As our next Teacher-Multi-Classroom Leader (MCL) 2022-2023, you'll create a classroom environment where students can fulfill their potential for intellectual, emotional, physical, and social growth. Make a lasting impact in your community ─ apply now: https://bit.ly/3yUUiHX
We love seeing the great educators highlighted in @ECPSchools_NC! They and most of the NC districts receiving ATR funding are using such @OppCulture roles as #MultiClassroomLeader to benefit students & teachers. (Learn more at http://opportunityculture.org/dashboard) https://twitter.com/EducationNC/status/1529442864987611137
.@BESTNCorg says teachers aren't recognized as professionals like those in other professions — but advanced teaching roles could help improve that situation. https://www.ednc.org/2022-05-24-advanced-teaching-roles-the-way-of-the-future/
We grieve today for the lives lost and all the lives affected by shootings in Uvalde, Buffalo, and beyond. Our nation's educators should not have to bear the burden of absorbing these while somehow still helping their students feel safe.