High School Learning Extension Program Instructor (Part-Time), KIPP
Posted by KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy on September 14, 2021
KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy is looking to hire 6 part-time Learning Extension Instructors to provide students with tutoring (math), in-class assistance, and after-school enrichment programming.
KIPP is a national network of free, open-enrollment, college-preparatory public schools in educationally underserved communities. Over 100,000 students attend one of the 242 KIPP schools that operate in 31 regions across the United States. KIPP Philadelphia Schools Public Schools (KPPS) is a part of the national KIPP network and currently leads six schools serving approximately 2,400 students in North and West Philadelphia. By 2030, KPPS will lead ten schools serving approximately 4,000 students.
Learning Extension Program Instructors (LEPIs) support robust learning and enrichment opportunities for high school students at KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy (KDCA) as they transition back to full-time, in-person learning this school year and tackle unfinished learning in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
LEPIs have three primary responsibilities: 1) LEPIs provide small group (~2-4 students) math tutoring to 9th grade students during the school day and after school. 2) LEPIs provide in-class academic assistance to students to support Teacher-led math instruction and 3) LEPIs support after school enrichment programming by providing general supervision of students and engaging a subset of students in a specific enrichment topic (examples include art, basketball, drama, etc.)
LEPIs are part-time employees who dedicate approximately 23 hours per week (Monday through Thursday, 11:00-4:45), and they report directly to the Learning Extension Program Manager.
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