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22-23 Assistant Principal (Next Year Opening)

KIPP New Orleans Schools

This is a Full-time position in New Orleans, LA posted January 14, 2022.

Job Description

The Assistant Principals job is to support the school in driving academic and character outcomes for students as a key member of the schools leadership team.

We expect our Assistant Principals to lead both instruction and school culture and also to be able to develop leadership in the schools emerging leaders.

At KIPP, we believe that the Assistant Principal is the School Leader successor and is being actively developed for school leadership.

The AP should consider him/herself an apprentice to the School Leader and the AP should gradually build capacity to lead a KIPP school.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

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Model and support implementation of the schools vision and goals

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Supports development of School Leaders school-wide vision and takes an active role in investing and mobilizing teachers to achieve the collective goals of the school; owns the implementation of select school priorities in support of the school-wide vision

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With guidance from the School Leader, leads the planning and goal setting for the grades/departments that he/she coaches and ensures alignment with school-wide goals

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Contribute to school-wide planning and prioritizes time to accomplish goals

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Provides input into the school-based strategic planning including and identifies what the schools strategic plan means for his/her own leadership and people that he/she manages

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Develop emerging leaders with School Leaders guidance

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Supports the School Leader in identifying and developing emerging and teacher leaders (Department Heads and/or Grade Level Chairs) through goal setting, coaching and providing feedback

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Model strong staff and student culture and manage school-wide character development and behavior management systems

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Supports teachers in understanding process and roles in student support and intervention and develops systems and structures to ensure that limited time is spent on reactive student discipline

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Manage parts of the daily school operations (e.g.

arrival/dismissal, lunch/recess, school trips)

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Acts as the first Leadership Team contact on student intervention and parent engagement hierarchy; determines next steps for issues that rise above the teacher/grade level/department chair

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Collaborate with School Leader on hiring diverse, highly-effective teachers and school staff

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Build own and direct reports instructional knowledge of standards, content and instructional methods

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Content (Standards, Curriculum, and Assessment):

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Develops deep mastery over the academic standards in the subjects/grades for which he/she coaches, and strong understanding of academic standards for all subjects/grades.

Understands the implications of standards on what a student should know and be able to do, connect teachers with relevant resources to improve their content knowledge,and therefore what a teacher needs to know and be able to do to facilitate student mastery

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Studies curriculum and assessment content and further develops understanding of how assessments map to content mastery, and what is required of students and teachers to accomplish mastery on the assessments

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Teaches teachers how to assess for both student mastery and growth towards college readiness and insists that assessments are used to inform teacher instruction

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Research-based Instructional Practices (Methods and Time):

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Develops own and teachers knowledge of best practices in instructional methods and teaches teachers how to match particular strategies to gaps in student mastery

* Develop teachers to provide rigorous and high-quality instruction and support School Leader in planning and implementing enabling systems of the Academic Strategies Pyramid

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Data Analysis (Data-driven Instruction and Progress Monitoring):

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Lead data-driven instruction.

Help teachers: determine how data aligns to end-of-year goals (what is being assessed and how it maps to standards); break-out data to analyze how different student groups are performing; determine what data is saying about areas of student mastery and growth; and identify specific instructional actions and adjustments to fill students knowledge and skill gaps and a timeline to do so

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Teacher Instructional Development (Instructional Coaching, Content Teams, and Workshops):

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Provide high-quality instructional coaching with frequent and scheduled teacher observations, actionable and bite-sized feedback, and accountability for adjustment in practice

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Coach emerging leaders on their instructional coaching practice

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May lead or coach others who lead department/content/grade-level meetings that focus on planning for and norming on instruction and culture, practicing instructional strategies, and progress monitoring the department/content/grade level

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Recommend to the School Leader what school-wide professional development will be the highest leverage in improving student results; lead engaging, actionable, adult-learning workshops; and hold staff accountable for implementation of the workshop practices

* Prioritize Assistant Principals own success and sustainability by engaging lifelines and renewing to get stronger