Opportunity Culture extends the reach of excellent teachers and their teams to more students, for more pay, within recurring budgets.
Teachers can advance in their careers without leaving the classroom, though career opportunities based on excellence, student impact, and leadership. Advancement allows teachers to earn more and reach more students, and development toward excellence becomes possible for all staff, in every role. The virtuous cycle of excellence can begin with educator prep and continue through teaching, teacher leadership and the principalship.
Opportunity Culture schools must meet Opportunity Culture Principles, which highlight what makes an Opportunity Culture different, including:
Atteniton: ADE will fund planning year 2018-2019 for up to 10 schools in Arkansas. Be a part of the second phase of the pilot! This is a no obligation training and planning year. Opportunity Culture will create a culture of community and student achievement, while developing teacher leaders and collaborative leadership. Join us for a great year! Contact Barbara Culpepper at email@example.com or call 501-682-4311.
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