Seeking a Job Out of State

Clement, Mary C.; Polzin, James R.
March 2007
Kappa Delta Pi Record;Spring2007, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p8
Academic Journal
The article discusses the factors to consider in accepting an out-of-state job. The author states that having knowledge about a state's teaching licensure requirements will be helpful in asking an out-of-state recruiter about how the district helps with the paperwork, testing or coursework needed for the new teaching certificate. The author adds that most U.S. states employ new teachers and give them three to five years to meet certification requirements.


Related Articles

  • More Minority Teachers.  // NEA Today;Feb2002, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p22 

    Stresses the importance of attracting minority students into the education work force in the United States. Implications of increasing the number of minority graduates; Way by which the nature of the work of teaching can be revealed to minority students.

  • Recruiting Minority Teachers. Gursky, Daniel // Education Digest;Apr2002, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p28 

    Discusses the recruitment of minority teacher in the U.S. Shortage of minority teachers in public schools; Reason behind the need for a diverse teaching force; Involvement of the Teach for America in the recruitment of minority teachers.

  • 'Quality Counts' points to weaknesses in recruitment and retention.  // American Teacher;Mar2008, Vol. 92 Issue 6, p7 

    The article focuses on the "Quality Counts 2008" report of the journal "Education Week." According to the report, many experts believe the current system for recruiting, developing, deploying and keeping teacher talent in the classroom is ruined. The report addressed the issue of qualified...

  • Talk up teaching. Howson, John // Education Journal;3/8/2016, Issue 262, p12 

    The author takes a look at the crisis in recruitment of good teachers in Great Britain and the government's neglect of the TeachVac free job search website. He notes that heads of schools, teachers, and politicians have wasted money and resources by not using the free services of TeachVac. He...

  • News Roundup.  // NSTA Express;9/27/2010, p2 

    The article offers news briefs related to education in the U.S. which includes the announcement of U.S. President Barack Obama to recruit 10,000 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers, the TEACH campaign of Education Secretary Arne Duncan, and the gathering of...

  • Eased Requirements Attract Teachers.  // Education Week;8/22/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 39/40, p25 

    The article reports on the increase of teaching applicants due to the change in teacher requirements in New York City.

  • Can Teaching Become an Elite Profession? Temes, Peter // Education Week;12/5/2001, Vol. 21 Issue 14, p40 

    Comments on the acceptance of mediocrity in teacher recruitment and retention in the United States. Discernment in the hiring of public school teachers; Opportunities for the improvement of quality education; Examination on the probation period in school systems.

  • Foreign Imports Ease Georgia Teacher Shortage. P. B. // Education Week;8/22/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 39/40, p15 

    The article reports on the move of the State of Georgia to recruit mathematics and science teachers from West Germany. This action is aimed at coping with a shortage of teachers in the two fields. West Germany is selected since it has a large surplus of instructors. Hired teachers will be paid...

  • Business-Higher Ed. Group Offers Plan for Teacher Shortfall. Honawar, Vaishali // Education Week;6/13/2007, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p13 

    The article discusses a report from the Business-Higher Education Forum, which is an organization made up of Fortune 500 chiefs and higher education leaders, that determined that the U.S. will need 280,000 new mathematics and science teachers by 2015. According to the article the organization is...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics