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Assistant Principal - DC Public Schools

March 05, 2021

Washington, DC

Full-time

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The below statements are intended to describe the general nature and scope of work being performed by this position. This is not a complete listing of all responsibilities, duties, and/or skills required. Other duties may be assigned.
All DCPS Assistant Principals will be responsible for the following:

Leading Instruction

  • Articulating a clear instructional vision alongside the principal with a school-wide focus on teaching and learning that is data-driven, standards-aligned and rooted in a belief that all students can achieve at high levels.

Leading Operations

  • Aligning human resources to school needs, setting high expectations and effectively managing all or a subset of school employees to meet school goals.

Leading for Increased Effectiveness

  • Focusing on evidence-based growth and results to drive the school towards annual and long-term goals.
  • Engaging school community members effectively to ensure all stakeholders are included in school improvement efforts. Listening to and communicating with all the school’s stakeholders; building successful interpersonal relationships with faculty, staff members, family and community members and students.
  • Managing the change process with the principal, including making tough decisions when necessary to move the school and students forward.
  • Engaging in constant personal learning, including the need to learn and adapt when faced with challenges and successes.

Depending upon school placement, some DCPS Assistant Principals will be responsible for the following additional duties:

Leading Instruction

  • With the principal, implementing consistent school-wide instructional practices that are clear, results-oriented and research-based.
  • Creating opportunities for ongoing learning and staff development that are informed by data.

Leading Operations

  • Executing results-focused school operations and resource management that ensure minimal disruptions to teaching and Developing and maintaining a purposeful school culture that supports a safe and effective learning environment.

Candidates must possess the following professional qualifications:

  • Applicants must obtain an Administrative Services Credential (ASC) through the office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE).
  • To obtain an ASC, at minimum, applicants must: EITHER (1) possess at least a master's degree, (2) have spent two years or more in a full-time, K-12 school-based position, and (3) have earned a passing score on the School Leaders Licensure Assessment (SLLA). OR (1) possess a bachelor's degree and (2) have completed a state-approved program in K-12 Leadership/Administration. For a full description of ASC requirements, please visit OSSE's website: OSSE ASC Requirements.


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