Posted on August 9, 2016
To support the Founding Director of their East Harlem Teaching Residency which seeks to develop a pipeline of effective teachers prepared to teach in their own public charter schools and other high-needs schools across New York City. In collaboration with Hunter Graduate School of Education, EHTP’s Residency program provides a cohort of 12 teaching residents with rigorous graduate coursework, professional development and mentoring, and practical teaching experiences in their K-5 Out-of-School-Time programs and East Harlem Scholars Academies, two public charter schools serving students in grades Pre-K-5. Through weekly check-ins, the Director will give individualized feedback to Residents as they implement the practices learned from their graduate coursework, Scholars Academies Principals, mentor teachers, and EHTP-hosted training sessions. The Director ensures that the cohort of Teaching Residents receives the support and development they need to become highly effective classroom leaders.