Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools: Seeking Teacher Program Manager
The Foundation for Madison’s Public Schools is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that focuses exclusively on delivering support to the Madison Metropolitan School District’s 50 public schools; more than 5,000 staff, including 2,700 classroom teachers; and 27,000 plus students.
During its existence, the Foundation for has delivered more than $11 million in resources to Madison’s public schools. The Foundation seeks a Teacher Program Manager to continue our exploration of a teacher supply program.
In February 2018, the Foundation’s Grants Committee began discussions about launching a program that would provide materials to teachers and create a space where teachers could exchange ideas and best practices. Working with a consultant during the fall 2018, the Foundation drafted a business plan for the program. The Teacher Program Manager would take the plan, answer remaining questions and advise the Committee on the viability and long-term sustainability of a Foundation-hosted teacher supply program.
The Teacher Program Manager reports to the Executive Director. This is a limited term, part-time,
non-benefits eligible, project management role, available up to six months. Structuring this engagement as a contract for services is also possible.
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