Transforming Education is seeking a Director of Operations who will serve as the primary lead to manage and oversee the daily operations of the organization – from grant writing, to finances, to workplace culture and more.
The ideal candidate for this position will be someone who is an exceptional communicator – both in writing and editing abilities and in their verbal communication with colleagues and partners. This person will be someone who is excited to use their project management skills to collaborate with others to build and sustain the organization. This person is committed to equity and antiracism in the workplace and understands how to translate those commitments into internal systems and practices. Not only are they a strategic and organized thinker and planner, but they’re also creative and thrive in fast paced environments where needs may change quickly.
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Rethinking Intervention: Takeaway Videos
(Instruction Partners, 2021)
Partnerships for Social and Emotional Learning Podcast
(Wallace Foundation, 2/23/21)
Women’s History Education Connection
(National Women’s History Alliance)
Structures for Belonging: A Synthesis of Research on Belonging-Supportive Learning Environments
(Healey, K. & Stroman, C., Student Experience Network, February 2021)
Guiding Schools’ COVID-19 Recovery Decisions Using Data and Evidence
(Annenberg Institute at Brown University, February 2021)
Webinar: It’s Not SEL If It’s Not Equitable
Friday, March 26, 2021
2:30 – 4:00 PM ET
This interactive 90-minute webinar for school leaders and teachers will review the equity-minded additions CASEL made to their competencies. Participants will read excerpts from stories youth have written, about their own experiences with racism and injustice at school. Additionally, they will reflect on these new equity-minded competencies and share strategies to strengthen their SEL skills to create the schools and classrooms we all envision. Register here.
TransformEd partners with districts to help develop a whole child strategy that ensures each student is supported by a robust set of systems and practices that foster whole child development and that drive towards equitable outcomes for all students.
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Contact us if you’d like to discuss potential partnerships: email@example.com
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