The excitement is contagious as Multi-Classroom Leader Lara Harris shows her students how to tell a great story.
Opportunity Culture helps provide support and opportunities through having multi-classroom leaders, students at North Edgecombe High School in Tarboro, N.C., say.
Students at North Edgecombe High School in Tarboro, N.C., say Opportunity Culture helps them develop deeper connections with their teachers and clearer visions for their futures.
Students at Hairston Middle School in Greensboro, N.C., appreciate the extra support and encouragement they get from Multi-Classroom Leader Angela Porter, who helps them believe “anything is possible.”
Teachers, principals, and superintendents describe the impact Opportunity Culture has made in their schools’ student and teacher growth.
Principals and superintendents describe some of the positive impacts of Opportunity Culture on student achievement and school culture.
Multi-classroom leaders (MCLs) describe the collaborative relationships formed in an Opportunity Culture, making teaching a supportive, true team effort.
What could you do in an Opportunity Culture, and why do educators like it? Hear their thoughts in this brief video.
Learn about the unique role of multi-classroom leaders (MCLs)—educators who provide intensive support and development to small teaching teams, for more pay, within regular budgets.
Steven Kennedy describes the support he is able to give new and veteran teachers as a multi-classroom leader (MCL), and how the role has allowed him to stay in education.