Part-time Math Instructor for adult learners- Remote and in-person
The Family Place
The Math Instructor will support a multi-level classroom of adult learners, some of whom have low literacy or interrupted education, and will work to achieve the mission of The Family Place to help participants and their families to become self-sustaining, employable, and engaged in their community.
· Teach multi-level adult classes with the support of the ESL instructor.
· Instruct students either in-person or remotely according to health guidelines related to COVID-19.
· Develop daily lesson plans with clear objectives and post-lesson plans on platforms such as Google Drive or Sharepoint.
· Incorporate CASAS Math Goals competencies, life skills English, and workforce development guidelines under WIOA into lesson plans and instructional activities.
· Monitor individual students’ CASAS performance and modify instruction as needed.
· Coordinate CASAS tutoring or targeted interventions for all adult students if needed.
· Create CASAS-style activities and practice tests on Google Forms or another platform.
· Provide tutoring sessions to students based on their CASAS performance.
· Track student attendance (in-person and remote) and record daily instructional hours for each student.
· Attend staff meetings, team meetings, and professional development.
· B.S. in Mathematics Education, Mathematics, or a related field; Master’s degree preferred, and at least one year of teaching experience.
· Experience in and commitment to working with low-income, low literacy immigrant families and children.
· Experience using CASAS Competencies to plan lessons and to target instruction is preferred.
· Ability to collaborate in a team environment.
· Excellent oral and written communication skills in English. Spanish, highly desired.
· Proficiency with Zoom, Google Drive, Google Classroom, and Microsoft Office.
· Strong digital literacy skills and ability to learn and implement new technology in the classroom.
· Creativity in curriculum
Resource Development Manager
See Forever Foundation & Maya Angelou Schools
The Resource Development Manager is responsible for developing and executing overall fundraising plans related to corporate giving, individual donors & affinity groups, online campaigns and in-kind gifts. The RD Manager will write proposals and reports, and coordinate workplace giving campaigns for the public and private sectors. This position supports donor engagement activities and works with the Chief Development Officer to identify, cultivate, retain, and develop donor prospects. The position also works with the CDO to develop and mount small and major events for the organization. He/she will help establish and strengthen relationships with donors, employers, and the community as a whole. The RD Manager plays a crucial role in processing donations and maintaining the donor database, thank you efforts and all donor records. He/she is accountable for the effective and efficient management of a portfolio of accounts generating annual contributions to meet or exceed organizational revenue goals. This position also oversees the Americorps VISTA Program and is responsible for the recruitment, orientation and oversight of VISTAS assignments.
Founding Classroom Teacher
LEARN Charter Schools
Referral bonus available if shared with your network.
Be a founding teacher at the LEARN D.C. campus on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (JBAB) in Ward 8, District of Columbia! We are seeking Founding Classroom Teachers who enjoy teaching grades K- 1 and being responsible for daily operations for their classroom, providing high quality instruction to all students and leading the tone of the classroom culture. This campus uniquely serves military families and families of the surrounding community. LEARN Charter School Network supports 11 college preparatory elementary schools. We are headquartered in Chicago, IL and guided by five principles including: expectations of high achievement; mutual respect; the development of a safe and nurturing environment; active family participation; and the positive development of the whole child.
Education Data Engineer
We are a team of full-stack data engineers and analysts who are looking to take our data platform and analyses to the next level. We are at a critical inflection point in our growth as we seek to double in size over the next two years in order to maximize our impact on the lives of students. We need to ensure our data systems are scalable, highly efficient, and create new insights into student success. Our new team member will bring specialized expertise to build out our skills as an organization and develop tools that drive dramatic gains in student growth and achievement. This position will be critical to helping us achieve our technical goals and hence our mission.
Commitment to educational equity and EmpowerK12’s mission is important for this role. Direct experience in education is preferred, but we will consider candidates who demonstrate commitment to our mission in other ways as well.
The ideal candidate will have experience building efficient, error-proof data pipelines and warehouses. This position will report to EmpowerK12’s managing director and is primarily internal-facing with some client-facing work.
Education Data Analyst
The data analyst plays a central role in our organization. The ideal candidate will be able to combine their deep understanding of educational best practices with analytical fluency and a keen eye for design to create dashboards and analyses that drive improvement in student outcomes. The analyst will work closely with our continuous improvement specialists and data engineers to produce cutting edge tools that seamlessly support school teams in continuously improving their processes and student support practices.
Because we are a small and fast-growing organization the analyst will also be expected to quickly learn data engineering skills including building data warehouses using SQL, creating error-free data pipelines, and designing flexible, powerful data models. Our team will support the analyst in learning these new skills by providing training, coaching, and work-based projects.
Founding Instructional Assistant
LEARN Charter Schools
Referral bonus available if shared with your network. Be a Founding Instructional Assistant at the LEARN D.C. campus on Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling (JBAB) in Ward 8, District of Columbia! Our Instructional Assistant collaborates and partners with the Classroom Teacher to ensure successful academic outcomes for students and an effective learning environment is sustained in the classroom.
A key activity will be effectively planning and executing whole/small group instruction utilizing appropriate student assessments to effectively inform differentiated instructions. Would prefer candidates interested in career progression with some college coursework (60+ credit hours preferred) or a BA degree. Enrollment in or desire to enroll in a teacher certification program is a plus. LEARN Charter School Network supports 11 college preparatory elementary schools and is headquartered in Chicago, IL. We are guided by five principles including: expectations of high achievement; mutual respect; the development of a safe and nurturing environment; active family participation; and the positive development of the whole child.
Assessment & Evaluation Specialist
DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative
The Assessment & Evaluation Specialist contributes on cross departmental projects to support the data and assessment-related activities necessary of a small non-profit.
Education and Membership Programs:
-Design evaluative tools for the DC Collaborative’s Education Programs that assess programmatic quality and equitable distribution of programs/ resources supporting .
Oversee and develop an evaluation plan to examine the outcomes of DC Collaborative members' educational programs.
Contribute to internal Education Program and Membership analytics and program updates.
Oversee and synthesize assessment reports for program providers.
Community Engagement Strategic Planning:
Collect, analyze, and interpret community engagement surveys.
Assist Community Engagement Manager with designing reports, assessment tools, and data visualizations to show impact and reach of arts/ humanities education programs.
Serve as the main point of contact with the Data Science Advisor.
Assessment/ Evaluation Subcommittees:
Serve as the primary contact for the Education Programming and Assessment/ Evaluation Subcommittees.
Utilize the committees to advise in architecting and maintaining a quality review process for DC Collaborative’s Education Programs and Membership Services as well as contributing to defining quality and impact for the DC arts and humanities education field.
-Data science expertise. Proficiency in analyzing quantitative and qualitative data and methods.
-A completed or in-progress post-graduate degree in or related to data, evaluation, and assessment.
-Experience with collecting, managing, analyzing, and reporting high volume data.
Knowledge of evaluation and assessment methodologies and best practices in the arts and humanities education landscape a plus.
-Expert Microsoft Excel skills and fluency in G Suite.