Capitol Region Education Council

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5 days ago

Head High School Junior Varsity Softball Coach

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Head High School Varsity Girls Vollyball Coach – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


5 days ago

Aftercare Associates

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

include implementing daily activities and providing a safe and nurturing environment for children after school. Job Requirements: High school diploma… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Head High School Varsity Boys Volleyball Coach – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Head Middle School Ultimate Frisbee Coach – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Visual Arts Instructor for CCY – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

The Center for Creative Youth (CCY) at Wesleyan University is a four-week pre-college summer arts residency program that offers comprehensive… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Head Middle School Track & Field Coach – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


3 days ago

Filmmaking Instructor for CCY – new

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

The Center for Creative Youth (CCY) at Wesleyan University is a four-week pre-college summer arts residency program that offers comprehensive… Capitol Region Education Council


5 days ago

Assistant Middle School Track & Field Coach

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include, but are not limited to: • Developing meaningful practice plans that will keep the student-athletes active during the entire… Capitol Region Education Council


5 days ago

Commissioner of Capital Regional Athletic League

Capitol Region Education Council Hartford, CT

for this job include: • Schedule league contests for all sports • Organize and monitor league championships • Settle disputes between member… Capitol Region Education Council


Capitol Region Education Council Reviews

4 Reviews
3.4
4 Reviews

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Bruce E. Douglas, Ph.D.
3 Ratings
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    Hard work, good pay.

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Teacher
    Current Employee - Teacher

    I have been working at Capitol Region Education Council full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Good pay and benefits; great colleagues; interesting and diverse students; forward - thinking organization that strives to lead the state in education and cooperate with participating school districts; many employee growth opportunities (see related con below).

    Cons

    Seems like 100 new "initiatives" are "rolled out" every year and teachers and school admin must implement them "ready or not." High turnover in central office and in leadership positions at schools; too much testing; too much emphasis on data; I fear that current initiative to standardize practices across the district will turn a great organization into an Orwellian one. (See reviews for Achievement First & Harlem Success for more on that.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stick up for your teachers and students by being brave about public education instead of adopting charter school philosophies.

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