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The Instructional Aide will support students in the classroom, during individual and small group learning. They will work under the supervision of a certificated teacher in the classroom, and school leaders. Duties will include, but are not limited to; supervising students, assisting students in accessing content standards, facilitating small group instruction, providing individual assistance to students, delivering intervention and extended learning support, supporting English Learners and special needs students through differentiated grouping, and encouraging positive student behavior through the PBIS structure adopted by the school. The Intervention Instructional Aide will serve as a positive…more info
Amgen Biotech Experience Los Angeles (ABE-LA), funded by the Amgen Foundation, is an innovative science education program that provides
teacher professional development, teaching materials, and research-grade equipment and supplies to secondary schools free of charge. LAPF & ABE are eager to fulfill this role for (3) specific Southern California sites: (1) CSU Channel Islands, (2) Pasadena Bio Collaborative Incubator, and (3) Fullerton College. more info
LA Promise Fund’s South LA Black College Success initiative will partner with select CA universities to create a pathway for college completion, enabling more Black students from 12 South LA high schools to attend and graduate from 4-year colleges. This new role will oversee the pilot program, ensuring Black student preparation and college admission as well as cultivate strategic partnerships with key partners and universities. Confidential inquiries encouraged to firstname.lastname@example.org. more info
The Chief Advancement Officer will develop, manage and refine LA Promise Fund’s multi-pronged fund development strategy that includes local and national foundations, corporations, individual giving and public development efforts, as well as special events. They will manage the Development team and its efforts. Development activities include…more info
This position aims at serving the students of LA Promise Charter Middle and High School by collaborating with fellow teachers, parents and the South LA community in efforts to increase content literacy through Integrated ELD Instruction specific to newcomers and students at lower language proficiency levels. Utilizing evidence based strategies and formalizing assessments like the ELPAC (English Language Proficiency Assessment for California), this teaching role will instill confidence in student English proficiency while valuing diverse cultures.more info
LAPCMS#1 is committed to Common Core Standards and student assessment data. The PE teacher candidate must demonstrate positive communication skills among scholars, staff and families. Using data-driven techniques and Project-Based Learning framework, the PE candidate will explore research in the areas of physical activity, achievement, nutrition, sports and health awareness. more info