Hillsdale College: Teaching and Leadership Positions at the Barney Charter School Initiative
Hillsdale College supports a network of classical schools across the country. These schools are excellent places for serious teachers of history, philosophy, government, literature – and of course, mathematics and science as well.
JMC fellows interested in the active life may find school leadership a challenging and rewarding career. The Barney Initiative works with colleges and universities across the country to place well educated college graduates in teaching positions, while also maintaining a pipeline of potential school leaders.
For more information about Hillsdale College’s work in K-12 education, please visit hillsdale.edu/BCSI.
To express interest in a teaching or leadership position, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Barney Charter School Initiative is a project of Hillsdale College devoted to the education of young Americans. Through this initiative, the College supports the launch of K-12 charter schools. These schools will train the minds and improve the hearts of young people through a rigorous, classical education in the liberal arts and sciences, with instruction in the principles of moral character and civic virtue.
To advance the founding of classical charter schools, Hillsdale College works with select school-founding groups of local citizens who care deeply about education, who plan to apply for a charter, and who prove themselves capable of starting and governing a school. When a founding group’s interests and abilities are a good match with the Barney Charter School Initiative, BCSI will assist in creating and implementing the school’s academic program, providing the curriculum design and teacher training. This support, along with guidance on the shaping of a vibrant and ennobling school culture, will provide the foundation for these new schools to promote a liberal and civic education in America’s public schools.
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