About KIPP DC:
By 2025, KIPP DC will build upon two decades of proven results to develop into a more impactful, innovative, and inclusive school system, that provides joyful, identity-affirming learning experiences so that all students and alumni achieve extraordinary outcomes. We are a network of eighteen schools educating nearly 7,000 students and employing 1,200 teachers, leaders, and staff members dedicated to our mission. As part of the KIPP network’s 255 schools, we share best practices and innovations with our peers across the city and country.
Our work is grounded in a commitment to excellence, equity, and justice. We believe all students have the right to rigorous, relevant, and joyful learning experiences led by exceptionally talented and diverse educators who promote student achievement and a sense of belonging. We pride ourselves on providing unparalleled professional development and leadership opportunities. We acknowledge the demands of the teaching profession and continually seek to improve sustainability, benefits, and support for teachers. We are seeking staff who are passionate about educational equity, driven by student and family relationships, and constantly seeking to grow.
VIRTUAL LEARNING AT KIPP DC:
The goal of the virtual learning program at KIPP DC is to develop a desire and love for learning in students in our virtual program. Staff members give students in our program personalized experience, seeking to know a child, their family, their strengths, and their areas for growth, in a fully virtual space. The virtual program strives to provide students with an intensive foundation in the core academic subjects through a blend of asynchronous and synchronous instruction. Special Education Learning Coordinators in virtual classrooms build on the asynchronous KIPP DC content, created by Digital Learning Creators, to support students in their learning in small group settings for 3-5 hours/day. Virtual Learning Coordinators cultivate a strong sense of belonging and a strong relationship with their caseload of students and families. Through powerful lessons and relationships, Special Education Learning Coordinators lead student learning in English Language Arts, math, science, and social studies.
In core subjects, 1st-8th grade learning coordinators implement research-based curricula, brought to life digitally by our virtual content creators, that are Common Core aligned and student centered. KIPP DC curricula is added to and revised by a committee of teachers and leaders focusing on culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy. Our Virtual Content Creators bring this curriculum to our students’ screens at home and our Learning Coordinators support students in their understanding, practice, and growth.
With planning time, content meetings, and daily student work/data analysis, Learning Coordinators work collaboratively with peers in the virtual school program. Learning Coordinators receive feedback and support from school leaders, and other teammates. School culture at the virtual program is grounded in Positive Behavior Incentives Systems (PBIS) led by an attendance and family success manager at the school. Student identity and creativity is recognized through weekly celebrations and a myriad of clubs ranging from Project Lit to martial arts. This is an exempt position and reports to the virtual school principal.
Compensation and Benefits
KIPP DC offers an extremely competitive compensation and benefits package:
How to Apply:
Equal Opportunity Employer
KIPP DC Public Schools does not discriminate against, or tolerate discrimination against, employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis or protected class including, but not limited to, actual or perceived race, color, national origin, immigration status (except as necessary to comply with federal, DC, state, or local law), religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity or expression), marital status (including domestic partnership status), genetic information, political affiliation, pregnancy, family responsibilities, personal appearance, veteran status, uniform service member status, status of being unemployed, status of victim a survivor of domestic violence, sexual offense or stalking, matriculation or any other protected class under federal, state, DC, or local law.
KIPP DC requires all staff to provide proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 or obtain an approval for exemption due to medical or religious reasons by November 1, 2021 or start of employment, whichever is later.
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