Job: MMSD Coordinator of Mathematics

Madison Metropolitan School District:

Lead K-12 mathematics programming; develop and promote documents defining the mathematics program and expectations; organize and promote professional development opportunities; seek and implement research-based best practices in mathematics education; serve on various district and Teaching & Learning committees and task forces; create, recommend and administer budget for mathematics curriculum coordination; coordinate Evaluation of Learning Materials in mathematics; serve as District liaison with state, private, professional, city, and local mathematics groups and organizations; seek and develop relationships with institutions of higher education to coordinate inservice and preservice mathematics education; collaborate with other District departments to ensure all students have the opportunity to learn standards-based mathematics; develop and promote standards-based assessment tools and practices; analyze District mathematics student achievement data and use the data to inform action plans; supervise and evaluate instructional resource teacher staff and program assistant; author grant applications; coordinate mathematics grants; support District Improvement Plans, decisions and initiatives; demonstrate evidence of cultural competence.

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  1. The undated 2006 budget document “Department & Division Detailed Budgets” shows this as “unfunded” (pages 72 and 87). The Mathematics Division budget does not appear to include funds for the position (page 89). When did the position magically get funded? Is the administration hiring on the assumption that it will be funded in the budget, even though the budget doesn’t include the money? I hope that the board asks what’s going on with the posiiton. Is it even needed at a time when the public perceive a top heavy administration and teachers’ positions are being cut?

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