Frequently Asked Questions

We're excited to announce that we have created a page on the website for Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).  You can access the page by click the "About" menu at the top of the page and selecting "FAQs" from the sub menu. The page will be updated periodically as we receive questions either via email or... Continue Reading →

Pulling the KeyBT, TLI, and Career Paths Together

Over the past several weeks we have been exploring the career pathway options for teachers within Pitt County Schools that will be available in the coming years.  The long-term goal in offering these pathways is to help provide opportunities for teachers to expand their influence and increase their income while remaining in the classroom working... Continue Reading →

Multi-Classroom Teachers & Co-Teachers

In the previous post we looked at the Facilitating Teacher and Collaborating Teacher, both positions that will begin in the fall of 2017 (meaning the hiring process will start in the Spring of 2017).  The fourth path (and second new option) for teachers is the Multi-Classroom Teacher (MCT), and it represents (in our current estimation)... Continue Reading →

PCS Announces 66 New Teacher Leader Positions

Pitt County Schools is excited to announce that 66 Facilitating Teacher (FT) vacancies have been awarded to schools across the county, to begin with the 2017-2018 School Year.  These FTs will serve as teacher leaders who facilitating collaborative action research projects and lead communities of practice at their school.  These vacancies are open to all... Continue Reading →

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Where We Are Going: Career Pathways

In our previous posts I introduced R3, including providing some historical context for the development of the initiative as well as some information on the first two elements of KeyBT and the Teacher Leadership Institute.  Today we’ll look at the first of the new elements: The Career Pathways. Pitt County Schools developed Career Pathways to... Continue Reading →

Where We Started: KeyBT and TLI

In my previous posts I offered a general overview of the R3 Initiative as well as some historical context for where the ideas within the grant originated and how they were developed.  In this post we’ll look more closely at the two elements that are already in place in PCS – and have been in... Continue Reading →

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