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Community Charter School of Cambridge (CCSC) is a public charter school that serves students in grades 6-12. Focusing on post-secondary success for all students, CCSC combines high academic and behavioral expectations with an environment of unconditional affection, acceptance, and belonging in which all students can grow and achieve. CCSC seeks dedicated, outstanding, and innovative faculty who are interested in: –Joining our exceptionally diverse and talented team (35% faculty of color, 50% administrators of color for the 2021-2022 school year); –Contributing to our rigorous academic program and strong school culture;–Supporting the schools commitment to anti-racism, equity and restorative justice, which is reflected in our daily practices, policies, and systems; and –Learning through professional development that is team-based and includes an extensive focus on race and equity. CCSC is consistently one of the highest ranking middle/high schools in the greater Boston area.

Please visit to learn more about our work. This position entails teaching ESL classes to a variety of grades and language levels. In addition, the faculty member will fulfill all regular duties and commitments required of CCSC staff. An English Language (EL) teacher can expect to: –Plan and teach multiple sections of ESL class to EL students at all language levels–Differentiate instruction to meet the needs of individual students –Work collaboratively to create and implement a program of study that is intellectually challenging–Work with a diverse student body from Cambridge, Boston, and surrounding cities–Promote a school-wide culture of respect using the principles of restorative justice –Work collaboratively to support EL students at all language levels in general education classrooms–Develop an appropriate (aligned with WIDA and DESE standards and guidelines) curriculum that supports rapid language acquisition for English Learners at all language levels–Engage with families regularly to support students learning and well-being –Participate in myriad forms of professional development as scheduled for all faculty