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Franklin Public Schools seeks two full-time, full-year PreK-12 Directors of Curriculum dedicated to science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), and English Language Arts and social studies (Humanities).
Individuals will strive to achieve and maintain standards of excellence in curriculum and instruction in relevant fields (science, technology, engineering, and math or English language arts and social studies) so that each student develops enduring understandings as well as content-specific knowledge and skills towards their development of the Essential Skills of Franklin’s Portrait of a Graduate.
– Licensed as a Supervisor/Director by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education or related administrative licensure.
– Minimum of five (5) years teaching experience, preferentially within multiple grades at the elementary and/or middle levels.
– Master’s degree from an accredited college or university, in education or a related field.
– Experience in supervision, evaluation, and curriculum development, preferentially experience with the Massachusetts system of Educator Evaluation and curriculum development using Understanding by –
– Design and Universal Design for Learning frameworks.
– Knowledge of and experience with effective integration of instructional technology and social-emotional learning skills into content area curricula.
– Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate and conform to the state licensure requirements.
– Provides leadership for the regular review and implementation of curriculum, contributes to the supervision and evaluation of staff in relevant curricular areas, and uses assessment data to evaluate program effectiveness and student achievement.
– Works cooperatively with the complementary Director of Curriculum PreK-12, assistant superintendent, school principals/assistant principals, high school department heads, special subject directors, and teacher leaders to coordinate all aspects of the curricular program and plan, coordinate, and provide professional development.
– Assists in the recruiting, interviewing, screening, and recommending of candidates for curriculum leadership positions.
– Assists in the development of the Teaching and Learning budget.
– Assists in the writing and coordination of state, federal, and private grants related to assigned curricular areas.
– Prepares and presents reports to parents/guardians, staff, the Superintendent, and the School Committee, as requested.
– Assists with the planning and implementation of the New Teacher Orientation Program and works with principals on matters related to the curriculum as part of the new teacher induction throughout the school year.
– Performs other related duties and assumes such other responsibilities as assigned by the assistant superintendent and/or Superintendent.
We offer great educators and staff, a collaborative leadership team, a commitment to core values, professional growth opportunities through professional development, and a competitive salary and benefits package.
The Franklin School Committee subscribes to the fullest extent to the principle of the dignity of all people and of their labors and will take action to ensure that any individual within the district who is responsible for hiring and/or personnel supervision understands that applicants are employed, assigned, and promoted without regard to their race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, disability, pregnancy or a related condition, veteran status, age, or homelessness. Every available opportunity will be taken in order to assure that each applicant for a position is selected on the basis of qualifications, merit and ability.
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