Academic Support Manager

Boston Plan for Excellence (BPE)
Boston, Massachusetts
Closing date
May 27, 2022

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Job Category
Administrator, Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment & PD, Instructional Coach / PD, Math Coach / Specialist
Grade Level
Early Childhood, Elementary School, Middle School, High School
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Program Description 

Dudley Promise Corps is a full-time AmeriCorps service program operated by the Boston Plan for Excellence with the mission of increasing student achievement in order to ensure students in Boston are on track to be college- and career-ready, and become responsible citizens who serve their community. Dudley Promise Corps members serve in BPE’s Teaching Academies: the Dudley School Neighborhood Charter School (Grades prek-5) and Dearborn STEM Academy (Grades 6-12). DPC members provide individual, classroom and whole-school support as part of school-based teams. 


The Dudley Promise Corps is one part of the Boston Promise Corps, which also includes the Boston Teacher Residency. 

Position Description 

DPC members provide academic support to students preK-12, through proven small group tutoring using a reading and math curriculum that they are trained to implement.  The DPC Academic Support Manager ensures high quality implementation of this initiative. 


This full-time, exempt position reports to the Boston Promise Corps Program Director.


The responsibilities of the DPC Academic Support Manager include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Leading the high-quality implementation of robust academic support models at both schools, leveraging proven reading and math curriculum
  • Working with the Boston Promise Corps Program Director and school leaders to plan and lead school-based academic support professional development sessions for members.
  • Providing targeted coaching to DPC members, including regular member observations and individual check-ins aimed at supporting members in developing their capacity to provide effective academic student support.
  • Implementing student reading and math assessments, tracking student progress, and adjusting academic support curriculum as needed. 
  • Maintaining smooth operations of the academic support programs at both schools, including scheduling, documentation and materials. 

  • Meeting regularly with school administrators, teachers and staff to ensure successful academic support program implementation.
  • Managing additional tutoring part-time volunteers at both schools as needed.
  • Documenting efforts in order to identify best practices and inform program development.

Additional responsibilities 

  • Working with the Boston Promise Corps Program Director to lead the 7-week summer orientation and training for DPC members (beginning July 6, 2021), as well as regular all-corps professional development sessions throughout the year. 
  • Providing data and support to the Boston Promise Corps Program Director for AmeriCorps site visits, funding reports and proposals.
  • Participating on the DPC Selection Committee. 


  • Deep commitment to social and racial justice and to BPE’s mission.
  • At least three years of work experience in education.
  • Interest in math education and a strong understanding of math skills and concepts (preferred).
  • Proven ability to develop strong relationships with students and adults.
  • Experience with program design, development and management.
  • Experience working with diverse populations.
  • Detail-oriented and organized.
  • Ability to multitask and be flexible in a fast-paced environment.


Salary commensurate with experience. Generous benefits package, including group health, dental and life insurance, retirement plan, and vacation allowance.

To Apply

Please visit to submit an application for consideration.

BPE is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive workplace.




We are an education organization operating a PreK-12 pathway of neighborhood based Teaching Academies and a city-wide network of teacher support.

Through our Teaching Academies and our nationally recognized and replicated teacher training program, we drive exceptional outcomes for Boston’s students.

We’ve  prepared more than 600 teachers for the Boston Public Schools through Boston Teacher Residency, a clinical model for training teachers. BTR operates within our two neighborhood based Teaching Academies, schools that provide a world class education for all students while preparing outstanding new teachers for successful, sustainable careers as urban educators.

Teaching Academies

Modeled after teaching hospitals, our Teaching Academies immerse aspiring teachers — residents — in the best practices of the field.

Teaching Academies are autonomous schools within Boston Public Schools that use an alternative staffing model and data driven practices to advance student learning while preparing outstanding new educators and leaders for Boston through Boston Teacher Residency.

Residents work side by side with experienced colleagues to implement research based practices, examine their impact on student learning, and refine instruction until every child is successful. We run two Teaching Academies: Dudley Street Neighborhood Charter School and Dearborn STEM Academy.

In Teaching Academies, we have redesigned how educators and staff are organized, in service of student learning. Just as teaching hospitals rely on teams of professionals with differentiated roles—nurses, supervisors, interns, residents, and attending physicians—Teaching Academies are structured around teams of individuals with different expertise and experience levels who work together. Teaching teams, like medical teams, use a common and accepted system of data-driven practices and tools to work effectively and coherently towards common goals.

We align our practices, routines, and structures for adult learning to focus on student needs. As teachers investigate their practice, they make their reasoning public so that teachers, administrators, and the greater education network can learn and grow together.

As learners, all teachers respect the learning process, common misunderstandings of content, and the cognitive struggle required for deep understanding of new material.

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