Internal Certificated and Admin Applicants (CURRENT ALLIANCE EMPLOYEES)
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools, Los Angeles, CA
Where Exceptional is the Rule
***THIS APPLICATION IS ONLY INTENDED FOR CURRENT ALLIANCE CERTIFICATED EMPLOYEES OR ADMINISTRATORS (TEACHERS, COUNSELORS, SOCIAL WORKERS, PSYCHOLOGISTS, SPED COORDINATORS, DIRECTORS OF INSTRUCTION, DEANS OF STUDENTS, AND ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO OTHER ALLIANCE SCHOOLS). If you are not a current Alliance employee, please apply to our relevant applications on www.laalliance.org/careers.
To apply, please submit complete the application below. Please note that internal candidates will be considered by school leaders along with external candidates for any openings. Only candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted.
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools are free public charter schools which do not discriminate against any student, parent, community member, or employee on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
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About Alliance College-Ready Public Schools
About Us In 2004, the first Alliance public school opened at the corner of Western and Martin Luther King Blvd., starting with a small group of dedicated educators serving a few hundred families who wanted something better for their children. Alliance sought to prove that an exceptional education is possible for all students, regardless of their background or zip code. Today, Alliance is the largest charter school network in LA and larger than 75% of all school districts in California yet successfully educating 12,500 students in 25 high-performing, tuition-free high school and middle school academies. Today we have more than 6,000 graduates, and continuing to make a difference in the lives of every one of our students. See more successful performance details in our 2016 Annual Report. Alliance's founding principle of school autonomy with accountability helped build a culture that supports teacher innovation at each school and strives to understand what works to prepare students to succeed in college. As a result, Alliance schools significantly outperform traditional public schools while still sharing a common mission and core values. Today, Alliance supports a network of independent schools by providing operational services, resources, training, guidance, and oversight to ensure that all schools operate effectively and provide educational services that address the individual needs for every student including: Facilitating the definition and support of key educational and operational parameters that are shared across schools. Serving as the charter holder of record and local operator of its schools.