Education Week - July 8, 2015 - (Page 28)

ESB04EW ION WEEK 8, 2015 HELP WANTED CHES SUFFOLK BOCES RECRUITMENT MARKETPLACE TO ADVERTISE (888) 329-2373 COMMISSIONER SUPERINTENDENT Commissioner of Education Frankfort, KY The Kentucky Board of Education invites applications and nominations for the position of Commissioner of Education. The successful candidate must have experience in leading complex organizations, a deep commitment to reaching proficiency in teaching and learning for all Kentucky schools and a proven appreciation and respect for diversity and inclusion. An advanced degree is required. Please contact Jan Greenwood   Assistant Superintendent for Administration ST. IGNATIUS COLLEGE PREPARATORY SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA South Orange and Maplewood School District, NJ High achieving PreK-12 school system in Essex County, New Jersey, seeks a dynamic and talented assistant superintendent for administration with experience in a district of over 5,000 students. The South Orange and Maplewood School District is a culturally diverse school system providing exceptional academic opportunities for over 6,700 students in 9 schools, with over 700 faculty/staff. Applicants must have proven management skills in the areas of personnel, technology, planning, and communications as well as a thorough knowledge of AchieveNJ. Qualifications: NJ School Administrator Certificate; Master's degree or higher; prior experience as an administrator or supervisor in a school district; Central Office administration experience preferred; strong interpersonal and communication skills; experience in a multi-ethnic, economically diverse community a plus. Salary: Negotiable. SUPERINTENDENT Position Available: Anticipated September 1, 2015. SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT PRINCIPALS/ HEAD OF SCHOOL Candidates should apply online: TUCKAHOE COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT SOUTHAMPTON, NEW YORK POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT PRESIDENT St. Ignatius is a co-ed college preparatory school that for more than 160 years has been preparing young people in the Bay Area to serve our world with competence, conscience and compassion. SI has a rich Jesuit tradition with recognized excellence in academics, the arts, athletics and co-curricular opportunities. SI is looking for its next president to continue this valued tradition well into the 21st century. The president is SI's chief executive officer, spiritual leader and face to the school's varied constituencies and the greater San Francisco community. The successful candidate will be a proven administrator and fundraiser with high energy and a charismatic personality. He or she will find joy in the opportunity to lead an innovative and diverse institution and talented faculty dedicated to shaping young lives for service to others in the Ignatian tradition. For more detailed information about our school and the application process go to SAN FRANCISCO'S JESUIT SCHO OL SINCE 1855. An outstanding professional opportunity exists in the Tuckahoe Common School District for an experienced administrator. The Board of Trustees is accepting applications for this leadership position in their Pre-K - Grade 8 school district located on the South Fork of Long Island. The Trustees are seeking a superintendent who has a history of developing programs that provide students with enriched educational opportunities resulting in a positive growth in student achievement. New York State SDA or SDL required. SEND RESUME BY FRIDAY, JULY 31, 2015 TO: Tuckahoe Search c/o Dr. Julie Davis Lutz, Chief Operating Officer Eastern Suffolk BOCES PO Box 454 Medford, NY 11763 or email: Equal Opportunity Employer PRINCIPALS/ HEAD OF SCHOOL ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL West Woods Upper Elementary School Farmington, CT FORT WORTH INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT Fort Worth Independent School District, located in Fort Worth, Texas, seeks an individual with visionary leadership and strong administrative skills to lead a district of 84,588 students. The salary will be in the range of $300,000 plus an excellent comprehensive benefits package. The final salary for the successful candidate will be negotiated and determined based upon proven experience, qualifications and meeting Board criteria. Interested candidates may apply online at Ray and Associates, Inc. Ph: 319/393-3115 E-mail: The Farmington Public School District is seeking an outstanding educator with strong academic credentials, demonstrated leadership, administrative and interpersonal skills for the position of Assistant Principal for West Woods Upper Elementary School. Qualifications include strong curriculum background, broad knowledge of upper elementary education programs and the ability to work collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders. Starting date is September 2015. Candidates must hold or be eligible for Connecticut Certification as an Intermediate Administrator (092). Salary range: $122,447 - $131,461 depending on education and experience; competitive benefits package. Qualified and interested individuals should send a resume with cover letter, two current letters of reference and copies of transcripts. Applications will be accepted until July 17, 2015. For additional information, please see our website at APPROVAL OF ARTWORK Application Deadline: July 13th, 2015 Please do not contact the Board or District directly. Initials: .................................................................... Print Name: ............................................................. 28 | EDUCATION WEEK | Phone Number: ........................................................ July 8, 2015 | Kimberly Wynne Assistant Superintendent 1 Monteith Drive Farmington, CT 06032 860-673-8265

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Education Week - July 8, 2015
Nev. Moves to Split Clark Co. District
Crazy Quilt of State Responses To Cries of Overtesting
Common Core Trickles Into All States
Advocates Scrutinize Head Start Proposals
Supreme Court To Decide Case On Union Fees
News in Brief
Report Roundup
Ed. School Critic Levine, MIT Partner to Launch Teacher-Prep ‘Lab’
Ariz.’s 20-Year-Old ELL Case May End, But Debate Rages On
Spelling—en Español—Catches On, With Bees in Multiple States
Blogs of the Week
ISTE Conference Examines How Tech Is Reshaping Education
Budgets, Testing Issues Took Legislative Stage
States Struggle With How to Ensure Good Teachers in All Schools
K-12 Issues Fall Within Suite of Recent High Court Rulings
In States, Plenty of Talk But Incremental Action on Early Ed.
Lengthy Floor Debate Looms for U.S. Senate Over ESEA Rewrite
Fresh Entrants in GOP’s Quest For White House
House, Senate Appropriations Bills Would Cut Back Ed. Dept. Funding
What We’ve Learned From a Longer School Day and Year
The Illusion of Closing The Achievement Gap
The ‘Power’ of Adversity
TopSchoolJobs Recruitment Marketplace
Education Scholars: Challenging Racial Injustice Begins With Us

Education Week - July 8, 2015