- Do you have high academic expectations and the belief that all students can succeed at the highest levels?
- Are you looking to work in an innovative learning community with a collaborative team of like-minded peers?
- Are you ready to demonstrate the power of teaching to eliminate the achievement gap?
If so, Gardner Pilot Academy is the place for you to work and grow.
Leadership has been defined in many ways, but central to the definition is being an “agent of change.” At GPA, we are all change agents who see ourselves as believers, dreamers, and optimists about the future. We believe that together, we can make a difference for all of our students and families.
GPA is comprised of highly skilled and knowledgeable educators who are deeply committed to our vision of excellence. Teachers at GPA receive additional time for collaboration with colleagues and extensive professional development. Our staff are decision-makers about curriculum and assessment, always considering our population of students and their families. Teachers are critical members of teams who decide how to use our autonomies in hiring, budget, governance and school schedule. GPA deeply believes our teachers are the educational reform we need to invest in for the future of our students.
In order to work in a pilot school, every teacher must sign a work agreement, agreeing to the employment terms and conditions unique to the school. Download the Gardner Pilot Academy work agreement for the 2011-2012 school year (PDF) for more information about the requirements for teaching at GPA.
If this description of the GPA teacher rings true for you, and you have the knowledge, skill, and commitment to strengthen our team, we want to hear from you. Please email your resumé and letter of interest to Erica Herman: eherman [@] bostonpublicschools.org.