A Closer Look at Advanced Teaching Roles in North Carolina: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

From BEST NC, July 15, 2022

This video from BEST NC examines how the Advanced Teaching Roles program has created new opportunities for teacher leadership and educator collaboration in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools, resulting in increased student growth. CMS was the first and largest school district to receive Advanced Teaching Roles (ATR) grants. Like most of the North Carolina districts receiving ATR grants, CMS uses Opportunity Culture® roles as its framework. Principal Phillip Steffes, featured in the video, is a 2018-19 Opportunity Culture® Fellow. He led Opportunity Culture® implementation at his previous school, Albemarle Road Elementary. Read what he wrote about the experience here.

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