(cross-posted from Oklahoma EDUshare)

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has posted a new position on its official jobs website and is looking to hire 60 new employes in this role: REAC3H3 Instructional Coach. (PDF)

Employment for these positions begins 1 July 2012, for a “10.5-month renewable contract based on funding availability” paying $48K per year plus benefits. “Expert knowledge in the use of standardized tests and formative assessment data and their impact on student learning” is third among eight identified “knowledge/skill/abilities” for the position. Individuals must have “Successful full-time public school administration or public school teaching experience” but a minimum number of years of teaching experience is not specified. These SDE employees will be paid by state funds funneled through school districts, but will office out of regional technology centers.

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H/T to Tammy Parks for sharing this news following last week’s REAC3H meeting in Tulsa.

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