THE LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT INTENDS THAT ALL QUALIFIED PERSONS SHALL HAVE EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR EMPLOYMENT AND PROMOTION
Human Resources Division
Peer Assistance and Review Program
PART-TIME CONSULTING TEACHER, PAR PROGRAM (0786)
Eligible applicants are retired LAUSD employees who meet the qualifications described below.
The PAR Program is a District-wide teacher support mechanism that fulfills the District’s obligation to the collective bargaining
agreement. Multi-service assistance is provided to teachers to improve instructional planning and delivery through professional
development, individualized coaching, consultation, and support by peer Consulting Teachers. Part-Time Consulting Teachers are
retired LAUSD certificated employees with demonstrated effectiveness in instruction. For more information about the PAR Program,
Provides review, assistance and guidance to Participating Teachers, which include permanent teachers who have received either
an overall below standard Stull evaluation or a Notice of Unsatisfactory Service; nonpermanent teachers assigned to schools of
greatest need; and non-permanent and/or permanent teachers who have been positively evaluated, but who request to participate
in order to improve their professional practices.
Manages assignments designated by the PAR Panel and follows the guidelines of the PAR Program.
Establishes and maintains appropriate confidentiality at all times.
Conducts meetings with the responsible Principal regarding the initial assessment of the Participating Teacher.
Establishes the individualized PAR performance goals and objectives and supporting activities for the Participating Teacher, all of
which are to be based on the California Standards for the Teaching Profession and the LAUSD Teaching and Learning
Coaches Participating Teachers in the use of assessment data, analysis of student work, planning and delivery of instruction.
Identifies model teachers and arranges classroom visitations and observations.
Meets on a regular basis with Participating Teachers, and conducts classroom visitations and observations.
Collects data to guide Participating Teachers in reflection and analysis regarding specific elements or instructional strategies.
Researches and coordinates relevant resources to provide targeted assistance and guidance.
Attends professional development connected to current districtwide initiatives and priorities to ensure continued expertise.
Maintains documentation of activities and assistance provided to Participating Teachers.
Designs and delivers professional development to support instructional practices at all grade levels and in all content areas.
Prepares and presents a series of periodic reports to the PAR Panel on the progress of each assigned Participating Teacher.
Functions performed by the Consulting Teacher shall not constitute either management or supervisory functions.
Performs other duties as assigned in accordance with the District/UTLA agreement.
SALARY: Teacher Preparation Salary Table; X-Basis for up to a maximum of 480 hours annually
In the case of an annualized employee who is changing basis during the year, this change may result in an annualized “settlement”
(i.e., the process by which the District resolves an under or overpayment).
For employees who change basis during the school year, this basis change may prevent them from earning a full year of service
Selected individual may be subject to displacement due to budget limitations.