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The New York City Montessori Charter School Is Looking For An Education Administrator

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The New York City Montessori Charter School is looking to hire an Education Administrator. The right candidate:

- will apply and oversee program design for Pre-K and Elementary.

- design and provide professional development and parent education programs in order to ensure that the school achieves its educational goals.

- align the Montessori approach with national and state standards;

- ensure that the educational program is research based;

- ensure that the curriculum design, scope and sequence corresponds to national and state standards.

- develop a data collection and assessment system to ensure that instruction is data driven and differentiated in accordance with the individual needs of students;

- make periodic evaluations of the effectiveness of the educational program;

- supervise the consistent and fair administration and tracking of student conduct and discipline.

The minimum educational level required is a Bachelor's degree in Education with no experience, or 12+ years of experience if no degree is awarded and Montessori administrator's credential is essential.

To inquire, please e-mail your resume at: 2016hrrecruitment@gmail.com.


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