Alaska Teaching jobs


 

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Alaska is looking for more teachers! In addition to an average starting salary of $52, 467, Alaska Department of Education has been including technology and distance learning in all of the 53 districts across the state. From the large schools in Fairbanks and Juneau to more rural areas, Alaska has successfully implemented computer technology in classroom activities. State of the art technology also allows for training and professional development for administrators and educators alike.

With the help of Teachers Support Network, you can log on, create a free profile here: http://www.teacherssupportnetwork.com. Once you have completed your profile, you can start searching and applying for an Alaska teaching job.

If you are an education major, a non-education major or just looking for a career change and want to bring you passion for teaching and excellence to a classroom in Alaska, get started today.  If you are not certified to teach in Alaska, there are programs designed to get you started. To view more information on certification and alternative routes to certification, visit: http://www.eed.state.ak.us/TeacherCertification/Certification.html.

For more information on Alaska Teaching Certification, please go here.

 

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