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Special Education Teacher 

Landmark has an integrated collaborative teaching (ICT) model, where general and special education teachers work together to plan, teach and assess all their shared students.We prioritize dedicated weekly co-planning time to ensure effective delivery of instruction. The special education teacher will be responsible for co-teaching with a maximum of two teachers. 



Applicants must be NYS certified and eligible to teach in NYC. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess:


- Commitment to helping a diverse group of students meet ambitious goals

- Desire to collaborate closely with colleagues

- Strong classroom management skills and awareness of restorative practices 

- Culturally responsive and anti-racist pedagogy

- Knowledge of SESIS and experience writing Individualized Educational Programs (IEPs)

- Ability to utilize a variety of integrated co-teaching models


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About Landmark

Landmark High School is located in the Bayard Rustin building on 18th street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan. Founded in 1994 as one of the first small, non-traditional high schools in New York City, Landmark has stayed true to its progressive roots. Through the Performance Assessment Consortium, Landmark has a waiver from most State Regents exams.  Our teachers work diligently to create project-based curricula that challenge students intellectually and prepare them for college and careers. We nourish a strong sense of community and we encourage independence, mastery, and empowerment. Our students graduate ready to navigate the world and succeed in future endeavors.

At Landmark, we value the building of strong relationships between students and staff. Our school has a strong restorative justice program. Our advisory program helps to cultivate a family-like environment in the school because teachers serve as an advisor to approximately fifteen students.

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