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  • Founding Principal

    • Phoenix, Arizona
    • 70,000 to 90,000 DOE. +Benefits
    • Academies of Math and Science

    Academies of Math and Science – 2016 Arizona Charter School of the Year For Today’s Scholars – Tomorrow’s Global Visionaries Are you dedicated to i...

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  • School Principal, Elementary & Secondary (see addt'l job info.)

    • Reno, NV, US
    • Competitive
    • Washoe County School District

    ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALSUMMARY DESCRIPTIONUnder general direction, serves as the instructional leader and chief administrative officer of an eleme

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  • Superintendent, Malverne Union Free School District

    • Malverne, New York
    • Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates

    The Malverne Union Free School District (K-12, 1700 students) is situated less than 30 minutes from midtown Manhattan in Nassau County, New York, a...

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  • Business Manager

    • Kosovo
    • Competitive
    • TIE

    Classroom teachers are needed at American and international schools throughout the world. Candidates must be certified in their subject and have a min

  • Coordinator

    • Albania
    • Competitive
    • TIE

    Classroom teachers are needed at American and international schools throughout the world. Candidates must be certified in their subject and have a min

  • Part-Time Literacy Coach

    • Northern New Jersey, - Northern New Jersey, - Northern New Jersey
    • Competitive
    • Children's Literacy Initiative

    Children's Literacy Initiative (CLI) believes that there is nothing more important than ensuring that children can read and write at grade level by 3r

  • Part-Time Bilingual (Spanish/English) Literacy Coach

    • Northern New Jersey, - Northern New Jersey, - Northern New Jersey
    • Competitive
    • Children's Literacy Initiative

    Are you a Bilingual (English-Spanish) elementary educator that believes all students deserve a great foundation in literacy regardless of their socio-