Small Group Math Teacher

KIPP DC Public Schools

Date: Nov 25, 2022
City: Washington, DC
Contract type: Full time
KIPP DC Public Schools
Company Description


By 2025, KIPP DC will build upon two decades of proven results to develop into a more impactful, innovative, and inclusive school system that provides joyful, identity-affirming learning experiences so that all students and alumni achieve extraordinary outcomes. We are a network of 20 schools educating 7,300 students and employing 1,300 teachers, leaders, and staff members dedicated to our mission.

Our work is grounded in a commitment to excellence, equity, and justice. We believe all students have the right to rigorous, relevant, and joyful learning experiences led by exceptionally talented and diverse educators who promote student achievement and a sense of belonging. We pride ourselves on providing unparalleled professional development and leadership opportunities. We acknowledge the demands of the teaching profession and continually seek to improve sustainability, benefits, and supports for teachers. We are seeking teachers who are passionate about educational equity, driven by student and family relationships, and constantly seeking to grow.

Position Overview

The Math Academic Accelerator Teacher is a member of the Academic Acceleration Program, which is a pro-active program designed to support general education students who are performing significantly below grade level benchmarks and standards. Students considered for entry into this program will be those who are identified as being in the bottom percentile of students according to beginning of year diagnostics. Conduct eight week acceleration cycles with targeted students by analyzing academic performance, designing instructional action plans and monitoring progress. This is an exempt position and reports to the Academic Acceleration Coordinator. This role is paid on our teacher salary scale.

Job Description


  • Instruct small groups of students in reading or math across elementary and middle schools during four - eight week acceleration cycles

  • Analyze student data to design instructional action plans

  • Monitor progress of instruction action plans with assessments, daily instructional notes and weekly summary reports

  • Provide weekly summary report to program coordinator

  • Communicate with relevant stakeholders as needed



  • Bachelor’s degree required

  • Minimum of three years lead teaching experience in literacy or math (preferred)

  • Expertise in assessing, analyzing and instructing students who struggle with reading or numeracy

  • Working knowledge and understanding of Multi Tiered System of Supports (MTSS)

  • Experience with intervention programs for students who struggle with reading or numeracy

  • Strong data analysis skills across multiple sources of data

  • Strong communication, time management and organizational skills

Additional Information

To Apply

Please submit an online application through our website at If you have any questions, please direct them to our recruitment team via e-mail at [email protected] Applicants are encouraged to apply early as the start date for this position is immediate. Salary and benefits are competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience.


KIPP DC Public Schools does not discriminate against, or tolerate discrimination against, employees or applicants for employment on any legally-recognized basis or protected class including, but not limited to, actual or perceived race, color, national origin, immigration status (except as necessary to comply with federal, DC, state, or local law), religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, lactation and related medical conditions), age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, gender (including gender identity or expression), marital status (including domestic partnership status), genetic information, political affiliation, pregnancy, family responsibilities, personal appearance, veteran status, uniform service member status, status of being unemployed, status of victim a survivor of domestic violence, sexual offense or stalking, matriculation or any other protected class under federal, state, DC, or local law.

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KIPP DC requires all staff to provide proof that they are up to date on their COVID-19 vaccine (meaning they have received a full course of a COVID vaccine and receive a booster, when they are eligible) or obtain approval for exemption due to medical or religious reasons before beginning employment. New hires who have not received all doses of a COVID vaccine, who are eligible for a booster but have not received it, or who are awaiting approval for exemption will not be able to begin employment.

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