Los Angeles County has over 10 million residents with 1.5 million students enrolled in K-12 schools, and they need teachers.
Interested in teaching in New Jersey? Allow Noodle to assist you in sorting through the details of following your career goals.
So you want to be a high school teacher? The job comes with a myraid of questions let Noodle give you the answers.
You want to be a teacher in California? Whether new to the field, changing subjects or changing states Noodle has the info you need to teach in the Golden State.
So you've decided you want to teach. That means you'll need to become certified and pass state licensure exams. Because there's no national or standardized route to certification - each state operates independently - the path can be both confusing and time-consuming.
There was a time when trying to find a job as a teacher was tough going. With the great recession, school districts had to make deep cuts in their budgets to survive and teacher lay-offs were common. Finding a job was so difficult that sometimes the only way for a newly-minted teacher to find work was to volunteer as a substitute until there was a full-time opening.
We’ll give you the key information to determine the right path for you and to address any additional questions or concerns you may have regarding advanced degrees, certification, starting salaries, earning potential, and alternative programs in the teacher realm.
If you are new to the D.C. school system, and hoping to teach in it, you are going to want to want a clear layout of the district’s school system.