Nationwide for Full-Time, Remote Lead / Senior Partners
Transforming Education seeks two or more Lead / Senior Partners to serve as strategic coaches and dynamic facilitators to work alongside educators in shifting systems to foster the development of the whole child so that all students, particularly those from underserved populations, can thrive. Partners serve as integral members of the organization’s Programs Team, working hand-in-hand with school, district, and state leaders to integrate into their practices, policies, and cultures a focus on whole child development through an antiracist, equitable, and inclusive lens. In addition to working directly with district and state leaders, Lead and Senior Partners serve as internal and external thought leaders on key topics of whole child development and educational equity. They also serve as project managers for the development of practitioner-focused tools, resources, and approaches to support systems-level change in districts and schools nationwide.
The ideal candidate will be a facilitator and coach who loves working with district and state leaders and believes in the importance of shifting systems and policies to better serve young people. They are a strategist who can hold multiple perspectives at a time, listen skillfully, and build trusting relationships with others.
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