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Teacher Itinerant - ELA/History content preferred

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Come join our teaching staff! We are seeking an enthusiastic ELA/History Itinerant Teacher for our Westborough location.

We are a great non-profit organization dedicated to providing professional, effective education to at-risk students committed to residential DYS and DMH congregate programs.

Our programs have student populations of up to 25 students with a small group of General Education, Special Education, Art, Physical Education, Horticulture, Vocational, Literacy and ELL teachers.

We are especially interested in Massachusetts licensed teachers with experience with at-risk students, however we will also consider waiver-eligible teachers who would like to work toward teacher certification. Kindness, patience, and flexibility characterize our teaching and working philosophy.

If you are interested in a career in teaching and want to make a difference, we would like to talk with you.

We offer:
  • · Manageable class sizes (usually 7 students or fewer per class)
  • · Behavioral staff support in the classroom
  • · Practical initial training and support from experienced DYS staff
  • · Adaptable creative curriculum
  • · Goal oriented teacher evaluation
  • · In-house Support for Initial licensure and licensure advancement
  • · Traditional school calendar with option for summer employment
  • · Competitive salaries and exceptional benefits
  • · Retirement plan through Massachusetts Teacher Retirement System
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We are a non-profit educational service agency, committed to reaching and educating learners of all ages, and experienced in working with educators to help students learn and succeed.

Students are at the heart of our work.

We are a community of innovative and effective professionals dedicated to improving education. We know that everyone is a learner from the day they are born, and we know how to create classrooms and other environments in which every learner can flourish. We know how to reach, inspire, support and educate children, youth and adults, and we help others to do the same.

Founded in 1974, we are governed by representatives from our member school districts in Hampshire and Franklin Counties. We partner with students, families, schools and districts, educators; and communities across Massachusetts and in the region to create and improve educational opportunities both in and out of the classroom and ensure that every child has the opportunity to achieve their full potential.

CES directs major initiatives in Early Childhood, Special Education, After School Programs, Professional Development, Educator Licensure, Technology in Education, Social Justice in Education, English Learner Education, and the education of vulnerable youth.

Our Mission

Our mission is to develop and foster educational excellence and opportunity for all learners through collaboration, and leadership. 

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97 Hawley St

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