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Coordinator for Multilingual Programs

  • August 18, 2021 6:00 PM
    Message # 10940448



    This position researches, develops, coordinates, implements and assesses English learners, dual language immersion and world language programs in accordance with State and Federal mandates and district/school/curriculum needs.

    • Provide leadership and support for English Learner programming, ensuring all state and Federal requirements are met.
    • Work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders, including principals and licensed staff on EL programming and services.
    • Monitor the achievement trends of English Learner students.
    • Collaborate with Technology, Student Services, Early Learning and Adult Basic Education to ensure a continuum of services and pathways towards graduation and career-readiness for English Learners.
    • Coordinate and support all aspects of multilingual programming including, but not limited to, continuous program alignment and vertical articulation across K-12, organizational structure and assessment district-wide.
    • Provide professional learning for teachers on content, program alignment, and organizational structures as it relates to multilingual programming district-wide.
    • Support teachers in the implementation of evidence-based practices and strategies, effective curriculum, instruction and assessment district-wide.
    • Support district implementation of strategies for maintaining a classroom environment conducive to student learning, utilizing effective teaching methods by employing a variety of instructional techniques appropriate to the age level, interests, and needs of the students.
    • Provide on-site coaching and job-embedded professional learning to support systemic implementation of evidence based instructional, social/emotional and culturally responsive practices and strategies aligned to the three pillars (MTSS, Balanced Literacy/Content Literacy and Safe and Civil Schools) and the Unified District Vision that strengthens the learning environment for all students.
    • Participate in the Multi-Tiered System of Supports process by supporting problem-solving, data-driven decisions and intervention as it relates to multilingual programming.
    • Other duties as assigned by the Directors of Curriculum and Instruction

    Directors of Curriculum and Instruction
    • Current MN teaching license
    • ESL license preferred
    • Masters degree preferred
    • Minimum 3 years experience as a successful classroom teacher
    • Leadership experience preferred
    • Knowledge of and documented successful experience in evidence-based effective instruction practices 
    • Experience in providing large and small group professional learning preferred
    Please apply on-line at
    Erica Strand
    Human Resources Program Director 
    4148 Winnetka Avenue North
    New Hope MN 55427

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