Update on the WCPSS – WakeEdPartnership Revolving Door

the-walking-dead-revolving-doorLast month I wrote about the revolving door between “education non-profit” WakeEd Partnership and Wake County Schools.

In that article, I noted that I had requested the job description and salary for Ms. Crain’s position at Wake County Schools.   I  am here to report that I have received that information.

Ms. Crain will be making $85,115 as Director of “Strategy and Policy”.  For contrast, the average classroom teacher in Wake County currently makes just under $50,000.

The position is not a new one, I am told. It was previously held by Jaime Biswas.

The positions main purpose is to support the pricey WCPSS “strategic plan“.

 Serves as the system-wide leader for the creation, revision and dissemination of Wake County PublicSchool System (WCPSS) Board of Education Policies. Ensures compliance with established policycreation, revision and removal framework. Assists the Chief of Staff with directing the WCPSS strategic planning process, including working directly with the senior leadership team (SLT) to align departmentalgoals with the WCPSS strategic plan. Communicates results of the strategic planning process to keystakeholders


The job description is below.

About A.P. Dillon

A.P. Dillon is a freelance journalist and is currently writing at The North State Journal. She resides in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Find her on Twitter: @APDillon_
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