Opportunity Culture (OC)
An Opportunity Culture extends the reach of excellent teachers and their teams to more students, for more pay, within recurring budgets.
Schools in the REIL-Extend program will each create their own Opportunity Culture, with teachers leading the way to choose what roles and designs fit their school best. More students will receive excellent instruction, closing gaps and helping them leap ahead. New teaching roles will let teachers lead without leaving the classroom, and give and receive the support, coaching, and collaboration all teachers need to succeed and advance. Along with new opportunities for school leaders, these roles will increase teacher retention and the schools’ ability to attract excellent educators to the high-needs schools.
Nadaburg Unified School District
Nadaburg Elementary School is in its second year of Opportunity Culture implementation. They are using the roles of Extended Impact Teachers (EITs) combined with Reach Associates (RAs) to extend their reach in 1st, 3rd, and 4th Grade classrooms focusing on Student Achievement Goals.
Desert Oasis Elementary School is in its first year of Opportunity Culture implementation. They are using the role of a Multi-Classroom Leader (MCL) combined with a Reach Associate to extend their reach of excellent instruction in math from 3rd Grade through 6th Grade. In this case, the MCL teaches 5th and 6th Grade math with support from the RA. In addition, the MCL supports the 3rd and 4th Grade math teachers.
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Wilson School District
Wilson School District is in its second year of Opportunity Culture implementation.
Wilson Elementary School is using the role of Multi-Classroom Leader (MCL) to extend their reach to 4th and 5th Grade classrooms supporting in ELA.
Wilson Primary School is using the roles of Extended Impact Teachers (EITs) combined with Reach Associates (RAs) to extend their reach to every classroom supporting in the areas of Reading and Technology.
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