School Network Staff Special Populations Coordinator
The Special Populations Coordinator (SPC) works as part of the leadership team to ensure that the education program at DPA enables students with special needs to use their abilities to the fullest extent possible. The SPC will be responsible for coordinating the total school support program including the full continuum of services that may be called for in IEPs, overseeing the Child Find process, developing and implementing program strategy, designing and implementing PD and specific training, managing data compliance and related services as well as brainstorming and piloting new service strategy. In addition, the SPC will support all aspects of coordination of transitional services, related services, separate facilities placement, home and hospital instruction and special aide service. The SPC will coordinate the development, implementation, and evaluation of the instructional program for students with special needs.
- Maintains all special education and Section 504 files.
- Ensures that all students with disabilities receive the appropriate school services including the provision of related services, monitoring speech language and counseling schedules to ensure that all students receive service in accordance with their individualized education plans (IEP).
- Ensures that all students with IEPs and Section 504 plans receive their mandated testing modifications and accommodations during state and local exams.
- Coordinates the evaluation, reevaluation, triennial, and annual review processes for the school.
- Ensures that all special education processes occur within the appropriate time frames.
- Supervises related service providers and works with them to create open lines of communication between teachers and providers.
- Supervises ELL and special education inclusion teachers to ensure appropriate delivery of services.
- Models and fosters a culture of integrity, optimism, excellence, innovation, respect, and results.
- Supports the ongoing development of the curriculum and instructional model as the school grows.
- Master’s degree in special education.
- At least three years of classroom teaching experience in an urban school setting.
- An advanced understanding of instructional strategies for meeting the needs of students with autism, developmental delay, specific learning disabilities, and behavior disorders.
- Belief in and alignment with Digital Pioneers Academy’s core beliefs and educational philosophy is non-negotiable.
Compensation and Benefits
Digital Pioneers Academy offers a highly competitive salary based on experience and an excellent and comprehensive benefits package.
How to ApplyInterested applicants should submit an application on the following website: https://www.digitalpioneersacademy.org/careers/
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