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Short Video: N.C. Superintendents of the Year on Using Opportunity Culture Models

By Sharon Kebschull Barrett, December 9, 2021

When Dr. Tony Jackson, then superintendent of Vance County Schools, was named the 2020 A. Craig Phillips North Carolina Superintendent of the Year, we at Public Impact were delighted—but hardly surprised. Having worked with Jackson since 2016 to help the district implement Opportunity Culture models, we knew the powerful effect his leadership had on this northeastern North Carolina district, on the Virginia border.

Resources, Videos, News: March Opportunity Culture Newsletter

By Public Impact, March 30, 2021

The March newsletter includes resources for recruiting and hiring for Opportunity Culture roles, a blog about one Texas teacher’s experience as an Opportunity Culture resident, Public Impact’s brief about federal policy recommendations, video playlists, and more. Read the full March 2021 newsletter here.

From math to PE, teachers creating online video library for Guilford County Schools students

From News and Record, May 6, 2020, by Jessie Pounds

Guilford County Schools is pulling together a new resource for parents and students, who are finishing the school year virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.

It is an online library of district-made videos explaining topics that students should or would be learning about in their grade levels. Teachers and others have been working for weeks to make the videos. This week, the district started uploading them to a special spot on its website for distance learning. The school system called on teachers like Brandi Turner involved in its Opportunity Culture program to help make the videos. Read the full article…

Videotape Teaching and Coaching Routinely



For impactful feedback, make videotaping routine, of both instruction and coaching time so everyone can quickly see and improve any trouble spots, Multi-classroom leader Okema Owens Simpson says.