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Learning Improvement Officer
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CLOSED! Federal Way Public Schools - Congratulations Dr. Sean Clayton!
|Start Date:||To Be Determined||Enrollment:||23,050|
|Compensation:||The salary will be in the range of $161,300 plus include an excellent comprehensive benefits package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting District criteria. |
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled
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The Federal Way Public Schools system is committed to helping all of its students learn at high levels. While many factors affect student learning, the District's ability to support high quality teaching in every classroom is essential to realizing that goal. Research indicates that principals play a primary role in the improvement of teaching at scale. To that end, FWPS is intensively focusing its central office on improving how it recruits, selects, and develops the highest quality principals. A hallmark of this initiative involves assigning each principal a senior-level central office leader who is responsible for their development as an instructional leader. This marks the District?s transition from a heavy emphasis on supervising and monitoring principal performance to one of teaching and coaching as the primary mode of improving performance.
Federal Way Public Schools seeks experienced and successful instructional leaders to serve as Learning Improvement Officers. This senior executive-level cabinet level position is designed to be a master teacher of principals, helping them increase their instructional leadership capacities as a means of improving teaching and learning in each school. A Learning Improvement Officer's main charge is to utilize best practices in developing instructional leaders by working with principals both one on one and in groups. Additionally, the Learning Improvement Officer's are charged with supporting and leading efforts related to building support systems including but not limited to: graduation assurance, office manager professional learning and counseling model. While these support efforts are not instructional in nature, they have implications for district and school improvement efforts. Performance in this position will be measured through growth in principal performance and student learning.