The Director of Laboratory Schools is responsible for:
Establishment of policies and practices in all aspects of the operations of lab schools including hiring, training, evaluating staff, curriculum development, and parent and donor
Preparation and oversight of each individual school’s
Developing, evaluating, interpreting and enforcing admissions and financial aid policies, procedures, and
Overseeing professional development opportunities for teachers and staff, funding, program evaluation, accountability, program accreditation, and curriculum
Maintaining active communication with the College of Education, parents, and community private and public
Supporting fundraising, grant writing, public relations, and other activities related to the management of the
Ensuring participatory decision-making across systems that deal with children and families and among professionals from diverse disciplines; maintain active communication with parents and community private and public
Creating and sustaining an inclusive working and learning
Participating in relevant activities of the College of Education including occasional teaching or supervision.
Being on call when necessary to provide proper building security and building maintenance to handle emergency situations.
Master’s degree in Special Education, Early Childhood Education, Early Intervention, Leadership, School Administration or related field.
5+ years of teaching and/or leadership experience in K-12 education.
Professional teaching certificate.
Certification as a school leader in the State of Texas or ability obtain certification.
Ability to meet requirements for the role of licensed daycare director in the State of Texas.
Additional Salary Information: The position comes with an endowed chair.
Internal Number: 496675
About Texas Christian University
TCU’s mission is to educate individuals to think and act as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in the global community. We have two on campus laboratory schools for individuals with disabilities.