Teaching Jobs in Nevada

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Teach in Nevada

Nevada schools serve nearly 500,000 students across the state. It is one of the fastest-growing states which means new schools are being added to deal with newly arriving students. Parents have a wide variety of choices when it comes to schools in Nevada. There are six main types of schools including traditional public schools, public magnet schools, public charter schools, private schools, online academies, and learning pod options. Teachers are needed at all school levels so, whether you are looking for an elementary, junior high, or high school position, you have a wide variety of available choices.

If you would like to teach in Nevada, there are several larger school districts such as the Clark County, Washoe County, and Carson City districts. Other districts in areas from Las Vegas to Reno need qualified classroom instructors. There is a broad range of grades and classrooms that need qualified teachers.

Nevada Teacher Certification and Qualifications

Similar to most states, those who would like to teach in Nevada must meet specific requirements to apply for certification. Teachers should hold a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university and should complete the teacher preparation program as part of their teaching degree. Teachers also need to pass the Praxis Core Academic Skills for Educators, Principles of Learning and Teaching, and the content area examinations for the subject or subjects they plan to teach.

Let us help you find a teaching job in Nevada. We keep a current database with teaching openings across the state. Our list contains positions in public, private, charter, and online school settings from Reno to San Jacinto, Wells to Henderson, NV. Schools across Nevada have available openings at all levels including elementary classrooms, middle school classes, and high school subject teachers. No matter what your certification is, we can help match you to a suitable teaching position.