Overview

The Great Hearts Teacher Career Pathway is designed to
recognize and develop teacher excellence
      thus supporting
career stability and advancement for our best talent.

This ensures excellent service to students and to all other faculty.

This project will give greater clarity to two distinct career pathways:
1) a path to academy and regional leadership
2) a path to remain in the classroom for one’s entire career

A sketch of the two paths we want to describe

Those interested in making a career at Great Hearts should see either path as viable and attractive.

What’s Happening Now?

Next steps / dates

  • The next step is to launch a project that considers a diagnostic process for teachers and headmasters to engage. Details for the coming year available by July 2019, including opportunities for teacher input.
  • Due to the everyday demands of 2020, this project is on hold.

What we have done so far:

How You Can Participate

To get this right, teachers must have strong voices in the process. Here are the teams working this:

  1. Teacher Career Paths Working Team
    • Help create the draft framework and process
    • Joint team of 5-10 teachers and 3-4 headmasters (cross-regional)
    • Meet 1-2 times a month for 1-2 hours online or in-person
    • Team selections made through application process
  2. Teacher Career Paths Advisory Council
    • Provide key stakeholder feedback on draft documents
    • Collaborate with 15-30 teachers and school leaders (cross-regional)
    • Meet 1x/quarter online discussion groups; take periodic surveys
    • Team selections made through application process

Not part of the team but want to give feedback along the way?

  • Updates will take place through Faculty Development Newsletter emails, the Faculty Facebook Group, and this Faculty Resources website.
  • Surveys will be sent throughout the process, and you can always email us at tcp@greatheartsamerica.org

Have another question that is not on here? Email it to tcp@greatheartsamerica.org, and we will try to respond and put the answer in the FAQ for others.