The Project manager is responsible for developing and scaling operational processes to support successful literacy implementation of intervention programs. The Project Manager will provide proactive customer support to ensure optimal program performance, instructional integrity and data analytics. The successful candidate will work closely with district and school-level leadership teams to articulate and achieve district goals for students in literacy intervention. The Project Manager will work closely with internal leadership to communicate implementation progress and needs.
-4 year college degree
-sharp communication, organizational and management skills
-prior teaching experience in reading and or literacy coaching
- administrative experience a plus
- knowledge and understanding of Common Core State Standards
-experience mentoring, coaching, or managing teachers
-experience training teachers
-experience with data analytics
-experience building and managing a team
-previous operations or process development experience
-basic understanding of school district technology environments and project deployment
-expertise with PowerPoint, Excel. Word and Outlook
Scholastic, the global children's publishing, education and media company, has a corporate mission supported through all of its divisions of helping children around the world to read and learn. Recognizing that literacy is the cornerstone of a child's intellectual, personal and cultural growth, for nearly 90 years Scholastic has created quality products and services that educate, entertain and motivate children and are designed to help enlarge their understanding of the world around them.
READ 180, the most effective reading intervention program, is a comprehensive system of curriculum, instruction, assessment, and professional development proven to raise reading achievement for struggling readers in elementary, middle and high school. Designed for any student reading two or more years below grade-level, READ 180 leverages adaptive technology to individualize instruction for students and provide powerful data for differentiation to teachers.