Teaching Jobs in Delaware


Teach in Delaware

There are over 138,000 students in the 224 schools in Delaware. Parents can enroll students in traditional public schools, public charter schools, magnet schools, or vocational-technical schools. Teaching in Delaware offers teachers a broad range of choices across many different school settings.

Teachers who are interested in teaching in Delaware may consider a school along Delaware Bay with choices such as Lewes, Smyrna, Townsend, or Dover. There are also 23 public charter schools like MOT Charter School, Eastside Charter School, or Newark Charter School that need qualified teachers. This small, MId-Atlantic state needs to fill a wide variety of teaching options at all levels from elementary to high school.

Delaware Teacher Qualifications and Certifications

To teach in Delaware, you will need to apply for a Delaware teaching license and hold at least one Certificate. A License to Teach in Delaware will authorize you to teach in a public or charter school setting. The Certificate will identify the specific area you may teach such as Early Childhood or Elementary grades. Middle school and high school teachers need a Certificate for the specific subjects they will teach.

Let us help you find a teaching job in Delaware. We can help you find an open teaching position in a Delaware public, charter, or magnet school from Bethany Beach or Rehoboth Beach in the southern part of the state to Wilmington at the northern tip of the state. Delaware teaching jobs include elementary, middle school, and high school positions. We can help you find a teaching job in Delaware that matches your educational training and certification.