|Leading Educators develops teacher-leaders in order to raise student achievement and retain talented educators in high-need schools. We aim to ensure that public education successfully trains its middle managers, thus retaining our best teachers and bolstering the pipeline of future principals.
We offer a two-year Fellowship where teacher-leaders, receive in-school coaching, engage in frequent leadership development sessions, participate in problem-solving communities, and travel to high-needs, high-impact schools in other regions to learn best practices to effectively lead teams in their schools while remaining anchored in the classroom.. Results from the 2011–2012 school year show that students of teams led by New Orleans Fellows grew 12 times more than their counterparts across the district while students of teams led by Kansas City Fellows grew 5 times more than their counterparts across the district.
Leading Educators also offers Strategic Support Initiatives (SSI), customized teacher leadership development consulting to districts, charter management organizations (CMOs), and non-profit organizations. This contract-based work may include delivery of training modules; teacher leader recruitment, selection, and retention consulting; train-the-trainer projects; and evaluation consulting. For example, this year Leading Educators partnered with Houston Independent School District to implement a Teacher-Leader Pathways pilot for over 60 teacher-leaders across 20 schools.
Leading Educators has trained hundreds of teacher-leaders in New Orleans, Kansas City, Denver, Houston, and Washington, DC. Building on success in these regions, Leading Educators is assembling an ambitious team to expand the program nationally.
|The Regional Executive Director is responsible for day-to-day leadership for a Fellowship region in order to ensure programmatic offerings achieve their objectives.
The Executive Director will manage the regional team, its deliverables, and its overall success. The Executive Director will create and execute formal contracts with multiple partner districts and organizations.
Joining an ambitious organization at a critical growth stage in its national expansion, the Executive Director will shape systems, cultivate a dynamic and dedicated team, and build a foundation for sustainable programmatic and fiscal growth in a new geographic region.
Overall Program Leadership and Management
Participant Recruitment: Attraction and Selection
Finance and Administration – Systems Management
Program Delivery and Evaluation
|Compensation will be competitive, commensurate with experience.|
|Please follow the link to submit your application form and choose Regional Executive Director, Memphis from the pick-list:
Leading Educators is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, or natural origin.
Daily Archives: April 24, 2014
Mid-South Food Bank announces today that U.S. Department of Agriculture commodities will be distributed to eligible area residents for Memphis and Shelby County on APRIL 28-MAY 2, 2014
MONDAY, APRIL 28,
TUESDAY, APRIL 29,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30,
THURSDAY, MAY 1,
38117 The Church of Christ at White Station 1106 Colonial Road 9:27 AM
Also serving zip codes 38115, 38119, 38120, 38125 & 38141
38114 Monument of Love Baptist Church 2639 Lamar Avenue 12:30 PM
FRIDAY, MAY 2,
**All Commodities will be distributed at all locations from start time until completion of distribution.
**Please note if your zip code is not listed, look in next Sunday’s edition of The Commercial Appeal newspaper or call (901)527-0841.
“2014 Commodity Card Registration Schedule”
MONDAY, MAY 5, 2014
Gaisman Park Community Center
4221 Macon Road 9:00 AM- 12:00 Noon
Eligibility will be based on all household income not in excess of the State-established
maximum percentage of the poverty line for the appropriate household size. Also, anyone receiving aid from one of the following programs is eligible for USDA commodities: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) (formerly known as Food Stamps), Families First, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or documented residence in public housing. All documents must be current for fiscal year 2014.
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.