Regional Program Manager (Hybrid), Center for Black Educator Development
About the Center for Black Educator Development
The Center for Black Educator Development (CBED) exists to (re)build a national Black Teacher Pipeline to achieve educational equity and racial justice by ensuring there is equity in the recruiting, training, hiring, and retention of quality educators that reflect the cultural background and share common socio-political interests of the students they serve. Launched in June 2019, the Center for Black Educator Development is revolutionizing education by dramatically increasing the number of Black educators so that low-income Black and other disenfranchised students can reap the full benefits of a quality public education. Learn about our key strategies to build a national Black Teacher Pipeline by visiting our website.
About the Position
The Regional Program Manager (RPM) will oversee the development and execution of programs and manage day-to-day operations for our Teacher Academy, Freedom School Literacy Academy (FSLA), and after school tutoring programs in the Philadelphia area. The RPM will support curriculum development, coaching, program implementation, manage varied projects, and partner with leadership in support of program participants’ and program staff learning and development. The RPM maintains relevant pedagogical and content knowledge that supports the implementation of rigorous, well-designed, and culturally democratic curriculum that ensures program participants consistently engage in a quality learning experience.
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