Coordinator of Teacher Engagement and Professional Development

(Full-time, Exempt) The Coordinator of Teacher Engagement and Professional Development will organize and facilitate professional development opportunities for teachers across Teaching for Change’s program and project areas, including but not limited to: anti-bias education, teaching about Central America, Teach the Beat: Go Go in the Classroom, the Tellin’ Stories Project, and Civil Rights Teaching. At Teaching for Change’s partner schools, the coordinator will work with teachers, administrators, parent coordinators, and family engagement committees providing training and coaching on the Tellin’ Stories approach.

This position leads our efforts to build and support a local network of social justice teachers who are connected to Teaching for Change’s work. The ideal candidate will have at least several years of teaching experience in public schools with knowledge of multicultural education and critical pedagogy, and demonstrable skills in curriculum design and workshop facilitation.

Interested candidates are asked to send a thoughtful cover letter expressing why the position is a good fit and a resume to: Don Allen at employment@teachingforchange.org.

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Teach Reconstruction Campaign Organizer

The Zinn Education Project (ZEP), coordinated by Rethinking Schools and Teaching for Change, promotes and supports teaching of people’s history in middle and high school classrooms across the country.

More than 80,000 teachers have registered to access people’s history lessons and have engaged in people’s history workshops. On our 10th anniversary, we launched a campaign to Teach Reconstruction to help teachers and schools uncover the hidden, bottom-up history of this era. We offer lessons for middle and high school, a student project to make Reconstruction history visible in their communities, teacher workshops, and resource recommendations.

We are hiring an education organizer with a grounding in U.S. history to coordinate the Teach Reconstruction campaign in the South. This is a unique opportunity to play a key role in a groundbreaking effort to engage students in learning hidden history.

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