Green Dot Public Schools California is a non-profit network of public charter schools helping to transform the public education system so that ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership, and life. Our schools are founded on an unwavering belief in the potential of all students, and there are four key elements to our school model that help us unlock the inherent potential in every student we serve: quality teaching and instruction, a college-going culture, a focus on fostering leadership and life skills, and a focus on eliminating barriers to learning. We have 19 schools and over 11,000 students across Los Angeles. Our schools are located in some of the most underserved communities that have been denied access to high-quality educational opportunities, and we seek to prove that it is possible to close the access and opportunity gap that exists between low-income students and their more affluent peers.
What differentiates Green Dot California is our intense focus on truly serving ALL students, our collaboration with reform-minded unions, our work focused on large-scale turnarounds of schools formerly run by the districts, and our ability to take on the toughest challenges with the same public funding received by traditional district schools but accomplishing very different results. Green Dot California’s results are undeniable. Nine of our high schools have been ranked among the top schools in the country. We have three California Distinguished schools and 3 California Gold Ribbon schools, and several of our schools have been recipients of the CORE Districts’ Academic Growth Awards, which honor schools having the greatest impact on student achievement. Additionally, Green Dot’s first turnaround, Alain LeRoy Locke College Preparatory Academy, was named Charter School of the Year by the California Charter Schools Association in 2019.
Green Dot Public Schools is currently looking to place 17 substitute teachers across its schools through their most trusted substitute service providers in long term assignments that will go through the end of the school year.
Substitutes are responsible for providing instruction and managing classroom environments in absence of the regular teacher. Substitute teachers are required to perform all of the duties of the teacher that they are subbing for. They usually report to the principal at the location to which they are assigned. Assignments can be for just a day, a week, or sometimes for longer periods depending on the absence period of the regular teacher, but the placement at the school is for the entire year.
This placement will afford the substitutes access to high quality professional development that is offered to the regular teachers of record. Additionally, substitutes will access credentialing support, should they be interested in pursuing a teaching position.
>Bachelor’s degree required
>You have met the CA Basic Skills requirement .Requirement can be met with passing scores on multiple standardized tests (AP, ACT, SAT, CBEST, CSET). To learn more visit https://www.ctc.ca.gov/credentials/leaflets/basic-skills-requirement-(cl-667)
>California Teaching Credential OR a California 30-Day Emergency Substitute Permit
>Be able to pass a TB test and background check after accepting an offer
Green Dot Public Schools California is a non-profit network of public charter schools helping to transform the public education system so that ALL students graduate prepared for college, leadership, and life…