ECPS opportunity culture Positions
Earn up to $9,000 in Differential Salary
Multi-Classroom Leaders, also known as MCLs, extend their impact by leading other adults and students. In Edgecombe County Public Schools, MCLs lead teams of one to four other teachers, and teach students of their own. They are accountable for the learning of all of the students on the team. MCLs are responsible for establishing each team member’s roles and goals to maximize their strengths, and determining how students spend their time. They coach and develop their team teachers to ensure all students are learning at high levels. Successful candidates for Multi-Classroom Leadership roles have a record of high achievement, a demonstrated ability to influence others to achieve ambitious outcomes, and a deep belief in the learning potential of everyone on their teams - the students, the other teachers, and themselves.
Earn $1,000 in Differential Salary
Reach Associates, also known as RAs, are critical to the learning process in Opportunity Culture schools. In Edgecombe County Public Schools, they assist with instruction and may take responsibility for the non-instructional duties of one or more teachers. While the specific duties of the Reach Associate vary by school, RAs work closely with the teaching staff to ensure student learning is purposeful and time is maximized. Successful candidates for Reach Associate positions have a record of high achievement, operate with urgency and a deep desire to serve others, and believe in the learning potential of themselves and all of their students.
Expanded Impact Teacher
Earn up to $6,000 in Differential Salary
Expanded Impact Teachers, also known as EITs, plan and deliver in-person instruction for at least 33% more students than typical. In Edgecombe County Public Schools, students may rotate between face-to-face learning with the EIT and learning supervised by a Reach Associate, Teacher Assistant, or another staff member. The EIT is responsible for setting a vision for student success; planning, preparing, and delivering instruction; and monitoring student progress to determine instructional needs. EITs may also be responsible for supervising a Reach Associate or Teacher Assistant. Successful candidates for Expanded Impact Teacher roles have a record of high achievement, a strong desire to directly impact more students on a daily basis, a deep belief in the learning potential of all students, and a commitment to developing their craft.