Teaching Jobs in Ohio

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Teach in Ohio

Almost two million students are enrolled in the 9,079 schools that comprise 611 school districts across Ohio. Parents have a wide variety when it comes to school choice. They may choose to enroll their children in a traditional public school, public magnet school, a private school, or one of the state’s 300 plus charter schools commonly referred to as “community schools.” Students may also register through a school district and apply to attend one of the state’s virtual school options. If you are interested in teaching in Ohio, there are many options available.

If you are looking for a teaching job in Ohio, there are several larger school districts to choose from including the Columbus City School District, Cleveland Municipal Schools, Cincinnati Public Schools, and the Toledo City schools. Other opportunities are found in districts such as the Dayton, Akron, Canton, and Wheeling areas.

Ohio Teachers Certification and Qualifications

To teach in Ohio, you will first need to hold a bachelor’s degree and complete the Ohio Teacher Preparation program. You will also be required to pass the Ohio Assessments for Educators or OAE. If you desire to teach a foreign language, you will have to pass the World Languages Examination (ACTFL/LTI). To teach specific subjects you will need a successful score on the appropriate Praxis tests.

Let us help you find a teaching job in Ohio. Our list of available teaching openings offers a variety of positions in public, private, charter, and virtual schools from Marion to Ashtabula, Mansfield to Athens, Ohio. Schools across Ohio have openings for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers. Whether your certification is for the elementary classroom or a subject-specific area, we can help you find a position that matches your skills and preferences.