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Under the leadership of the Superintendent, the Director of Equity and Continuous Improvement leads the equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts of the district, including the development and implementation of an Equity-Based Multitiered System of Support (MTSS). The Director collaborates with District and Building Leaders at all levels to advance and evaluate the effectiveness of strategic efforts with the goal of equitable access, support, and success for all leading to sustainable positive impact and outcomes for students, staff, and families 



  • Support the coordinated development and implementation of District strategic planning efforts, including the District-wide infrastructure that supports equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. 
  • Build institutional and instructional capacity through professional development on issues around cultural intelligence, equity, and inclusion.
  • Provide assistance, coaching and consultation to individuals and groups regarding cross-cultural intelligence, as well as surrounding policies and practices from the lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion.
  • Collaborate with the Department of Data and Assessment and Leaders to develop metrics for quantitative and qualitative evaluation of equity work and outcomes. 
  • Evaluate and report effectiveness and educational impact of programs and activities related to diversity and equity through data collection and assessment, including implementation of climate surveys.
  • Assess district policies and practices from the lens of equity, diversity, and inclusion within a continuous improvement model.
  • Develop and support administrators, educators, and leadership teams to facilitate implementation of an Equity-Based Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) at the district and school levels, including observation, feedback, modeling, and data interpretation within a continuous improvement framework.
  • Collaborate with the Educational Services Department to coordinate Equity-Based MTSS staff development activities/collaboration for staff and monitor the fidelity of implementation of MTSS at the district and school level including both academic and behavioral support systems. 
  • Collaborate with the Educational Services Department to develop and sustain rigorous and responsive classroom practices and curriculum, and eliminate the predictability and disproportionality of student access and outcomes.
  • Support family and community engagement programming, internal and external communication efforts, and directly engage in partnership building, networking, and advocacy efforts to support the District’s efforts.  
  • Consult with the Human Resources Department to refine hiring protocols, guidelines, and tools, and develop effective practices for recruitment, support, and retention of a diverse highly qualified faculty, staff, and administration.
  • Monitor processes to ensure compliance and adherence to district procedures, state guidelines, and federal regulations.  
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Superintendent. 


  • Master’s Degree in Education, School Psychology, or related field from an accredited college or university, with successful coursework in administration, supervision, and curriculum development.
  • Appropriate Illinois credentials to evaluate certified staff 
  • Valid Illinois Professional Educator License with appropriate administrative endorsement (ie: Principal, Superintendent, etc.)
  • Five years teaching experience or related experience in the field of education, preferably within a PK-12 system.






  • Demonstrated ability to compile, analyze and apply data from various assessment tools, including adaptive and curriculum-based measurement; experience decision-making, and encourage use of the same  
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated ability to facilitate equity conversations with issues related to intercultural competency in small and large groups
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including timely written and oral communication with parents, staff, and other school personnel.  
  • Capacity for teamwork and for developing working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and parents, with experience coaching and mentoring others
  • Ability to manage thoughtfully the personal, political, and institutional dynamics related to

equity, diversity, and inclusion issues in schools.

  • Demonstrated experience implementing multi-tiered systems of academic and behavioral supports and interventions to support high quality instruction for the needs of all students 
  • Advanced training and implementation experience in philosophies and practices to support equity, diversity, inclusion, systems of support efforts



The work year for this position is twelve (12) months. Salary and benefits are determined by the Superintendent based on experience and credentials. Valley View offers excellent fringe benefits, including life, health, and dental insurance.  FLSA Exempt.

How to Apply

The deadline for receiving applications is Open Until Filled.  Interviews with selected applicants will be held as soon as practicable.

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