Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Higher Achievement.
Be ready it is a tedious job.
Just treat employees better.
Nobody is doing anything about it
Great sick leave and personal leave policies. Great HMO options for you and your family that include dental and vision. Also, decent "maternity leave" options.
They will want to know what your management style is like, how big of a group of students you've previously worked with, your experience in coaching credentialed teachers, if you have teaching experience of any kind, your ability to build relationships with school administration and staff, and how you would "retain" your scholars for the entire year as well as how you would recruit new scholars. You should also be familiar with their culture, including culture principles, which can be found on their website: higherachievement.org