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ISA provides the organizational and professional development supports that schools, principals, and teachers need to succeed, giving students the opportunity to learn, grow, and achieve to their fullest potential.

CONTENT AREA COACH/CONSULTANT OPPORTUNITY: The Institute for Student Achievement (ISA) is looking for dynamic consultants to deliver content area coaching and professional development in K-12 schools and school districts across the country, with a special focus on NY, NJ, and PA. Content coaching can be in mathematics, English/language arts, science, and history/social studies; we are also looking for coaches with a special focus on English language learners and special education.

Candidates need to have an excellent knowledge of current K-12 education issues; a minimum of 10 years of relevant experience using an inquiry-based, constructivist approach; experience working with content area teachers individually and facilitating group discussions; the ability to lead workshops for 20-25 people around the content area; and a deep understanding of the content area both as a discipline and its meaning in the world.

If you are applying for a mathematics position, please forward your resume and letter of interest to Nate Dilworth, ndilworth (at) ets.org. All others, please forward your information to Abner Oakes, aoakes (at) ets.org. Thank you!

EQUITY CONSULTANT OPPORTUNITY: The Institute for Student Achievement (ISA) is looking for dynamic per diem consultants to deliver equity-focused training and professional development and conduct equity audits in K-12 schools and school districts across the country. The training and professional development will address equity issues pertaining to race, gender, national origin (ELs), sexual orientation, and socioeconomic diversity.

Candidates need to have an excellent knowledge of current K-12 education issues, especially as related to civil rights, equity, access, and opportunity; experience in training and professional development in a school or school district setting; excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills; a flexible schedule, including willingness to travel; a master’s degree in education or a comparable field; and at least ten years of experience related to equity and/or education work.

Please forward your resume and letter of interest to Abner Oakes, aoakes (at) ets.org. Thank you!