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Instructional

We give teachers the tools and resources they need to grow.

The most impactful, joyful teachers bring their true selves to the classroom.

We value the diverse experiences and backgrounds of our staff, seeking input to strengthen our impact and supporting teachers as they develop their craft. At KIPP Jacksonville, you can thrive in an environment where all teachers and staff have the same belief in students as you do.

TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL ROLES AT KIPP JACKSONVILLE SCHOOLS

BAKER TEACHING FELLOWSHIP

The Baker Teaching Fellowship gives new teachers, whether traditional college of education graduates or career-changers, an opportunity to spend their first year in the classroom alongside an experienced lead teacher. Requirements for the Fellowship include:

  • Bachelor’s degree (required)
  • Graduate of/currently enrolled in traditional or alternative teacher preparation program completed prior to start date (highly preferred)
  • Temporary or Professional Certification in PreK-3 or Elementary Education K-6, or an equivalent prior to start date
  • Less than two years of experience in a classroom setting

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LEAD TEACHERS

Lead teachers have a proven track record of success in their classrooms. We look for educators who are mission-aligned and believe that all students can achieve at high levels when given the opportunity. Certified educators seeking lead teaching roles are encouraged to apply on our KIPPCareers regional job board. Lead teachers have:

  • Bachelor’s degree (required)
  • 2+ years of teaching experience as a lead teacher (required)
  • Appropriate certification as determined by our district (or equivalent) (required)
  • Highly Qualified status or willingness to take HQ steps
  • Experience teaching in an urban population (highly preferred)
  • Kindergarten and 1st grade teachers must be willing to participate in our co-teaching model, typically alongside a Baker Teaching Fellow.

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LEAD SPECIALS TEACHERS

We seek passionate educators of the arts and sciences to lead students in a variety of specials classes. Specials teachers work with all grades in their schools to provide enrichment through physical education, art, music, choir, science, world cultures, and more. As our schools grow, we look for more specialized teachers to share their talents with our students. Specials teachers must meet the minimum requirements of lead teachers. Positions for specials teachers change each year and depend on the vision of the school leader.

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STUDENT SUPPORT TEACHERS

All students can learn when given the proper support and opportunity. Our Learning Specialists and Speech and Language Pathologists are an integral part of our teams, providing the intervention and academic support our students need. Certified teachers interested in pursuing a student support role should read the requirements on our KIPPCareers regional job board.

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Our teachers are the backbone of our movement

Teachers work with school leaders and families to provide the support students need to be successful. We cultivate strong family involvement through home visits, frequent communication, and an open-door policy for parents.

We provide teachers with the resources to excel in their fields. With a 1:1 student-to-device ratio in every classroom, a KIPP-provided laptop, and a stipend to purchase classroom supplies, you also have the resources you need to support your scholars.

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