Teaching Jobs in Massachusetts
Teach in Massachusetts
Massachusetts serves over 900,000 students in its 5,000-plus public and private PreK-12 schools. There are many opportunities for teachers in Massachusetts across its 300 school districts. The school system is comprised of traditional public schools, public magnet schools, public charter schools, online academies, learning pods, and private schools all needing qualified teachers. No matter what grade level or subject you want to teach, Massachusetts provides varied opportunities.
If you are interested in teaching in Massachusetts, larger school districts like those in the Worcester, Boston, and North Hampton areas offer numerous opportunities. There are also smaller districts and schools in regions like Amherst, Holyoke, Pittsfield, and Plymouth that have positions that need to be filled by certified teachers. Whether you are certified to teach curricular classes, specific subjects, or grades, Massachusetts needs qualified teachers.
Massachusetts Teacher Qualifications and Certification
Massachusetts offers a variety of licenses and endorsements including certifications in Academic PreK-12, Vocational-Technical, and Adult Basic Education. They also offer a number of endorsements. The minimum requirement to become a teacher in Massachusetts is a bachelor’s degree. Teacher candidates must also pass the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure for the grade levels and/or content areas they desire to teach.
Let us help you find a teaching job in Massachusetts. Our list of available teaching positions includes a variety of possibilities in public, private, charter, and online schools including seven recently established online schools made available for Massachusetts students. We can help you find an available teaching position across the state from Rockport to Greenfield, from New Bedford to Salem. Massachusetts schools have many opportunities for elementary school teachers, middle school teachers, and secondary school teachers. Whether your certification is for elementary-level classrooms or subject-specific high school classes we can help you find the position that matches your skills.