- Grounded in five key design principles
- Found in districts across the U.S.
- Continually refined and strengthened by all Opportunity Culture educators, including Opportunity Culture Fellows Valued by educators
JOIN US IN CREATING AN OPPORTUNITY CULTURE FOR TEACHERS AND STUDENTS!
Are you a great teacher who’s ready to take the next step in your career—without leaving the students you love? Do you like to set ambitious goals for yourself and your students? Do you enjoy supporting your colleagues to become more effective teachers? Are you looking for ways to help others succeed professionally?
In an Opportunity Culture, you can share your excellent teaching and build relationships with many more students, and lead and support other teachers. You’ll do that with more support for your own leadership, and more school-day time for planning and collaboration—for significantly more pay, sustainably funded.
ARE YOU A TEACHER WHO:
- Believes all students can learn?
- Wants to impact more students, and advance without leaving the classroom?
- Wishes you could help other teachers grow?
- And dreams of doing this with more planning and collaboration time, for pay competitive with other professions?
Do you want to reach more students with your great teaching, with the strong support and collaboration of an enthusiastic teaching team and leader?
This is your chance to help even more students challenge themselves and succeed, for more pay, with powerful, proven support and more in-school time for planning and collaboration!
If you are committed to high standards of excellence, teamwork, and student impact, join us!
- HOW DID THE OPPORTUNITY CULTURE CONCEPT BEGIN?
- WHERE ARE THERE OPPORTUNITY CULTURE SCHOOLS?
- WHY DID THIS DISTRICT IMPLEMENT AN OPPORTUNITY CULTURE?
- HOW DO YOU KNOW AN OPPORTUNITY CULTURE IS GOOD FOR STUDENTS?
- WHAT IS THE SELECTION PROCESS LIKE?
- HOW ARE THESE POSITIONS CREATED WITHIN A SCHOOL?
- HOW AM I SUPPORTED IN THESE NEW ROLES?
- ARE THESE POSITIONS HERE TO STAY LONG-TERM?
- WHAT DOES A DAY IN THE LIFE OF AN "MCL" LOOK LIKE?
- AN "MCL" SOUNDS SIMILAR TO AN INSTRUCTIONAL COACH/FACILITATOR. WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?
- HOW AM I EVALUATED AS AN "MCL"?
- WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A TEAM REACH TEACHER?
- HOW AM I EVALUATED AS A TEAM REACH TEACHER?
- WHAT DOES A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A TEAM TEACHER LOOK LIKE?
- HOW AM I EVALUATED AS A TEAM TEACHER?
- HOW IS A REACH ASSOCIATE DIFFERENT FROM A TRADITIONAL TEACHING ASSISTANT?