Reach institute for school leadership

 
 
 


Reach Institute For School Leadership

1221 Preservation Park Way, Suite 100

Oakland, CA 94612

Phone: (510) 501-5075

Fax: (510) 868-2215

email: info@reachinst.org



   

 

Reach Institute is hiring an East Bay Faculty Member


The Reach Institute for School Leadership is seeking a committed and qualified candidate for an East Bay Faculty Position beginning this summer in preparation for the 2014-15 academic school year.


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Priority Deadline to apply is Monday, April 21st at 9:00am. Interested applicants should send resume and cover letter to Courtney Bell at cbell@reachinst.org



Reach Institute for School Leadership is an educational institution that believes great teaching is at the heart of every great school.Our mission is to improve schools by improving instruction, fostered by providing rigorous, relevant, and applied pathways and preparation for exceptional teaching & leadership in our candidates’ daily work. The Reach Institute develops and supports teachers and educational leaders who are committed to creating and sustaining effective urban schools.


The work of the Reach Institute is focused on achieving three objectives:

1.Develop highly trained teachers & instructional leaders to serve the full instructional needs of students in partner schools and districts.


2.Provide graduate level coursework and coaching to make teachers and school leaders more effective by embedding rigorous, relevant, applied learning in their school context.


3.Provide the educational community with a model for teacher and leadership development and evaluation for ensuring equitable access and performance for all students.



About Reach


Reach began in 2004 as the On The Move School Improvement Program, which focused on supporting school leaders. As program leaders developed relationships with school principals, teachers, and community leaders, the need for a more comprehensive approach to fostering leadership at all levels within schools and supporting community organizations became increasingly apparent and urgent.


In 2006, a team of working educators came together to design and pilot the Reach Teacher Credential programs, which was subsequently accredited by the Commission on Teacher Credentials and is now in its third year of implementation.


All Reach Institute programs employ six central program practices including: job embedded coaching, personalized professional development, need to know content knowledge, coaching & mentoring, collaborative work, and reflection.

Reach was incubated and launched by


On The Move