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Three-time Blue Ribbon Award winner Advanced Technologies Academy is looking for a business teacher for the 2021-22 school year starting August 9. Enjoy small classes, robust technology, and amazing and diverse students in an all-magnet school environment. 

Applications are now being accepted at http://ccsd.net/employees/prospective/. The Clark County School District will match salaries for transfers up to $85,000. Come live and thrive in Las Vegas. 

Benedictine High School in Cleveland, Ohio, is seeking a business teacher to join their faculty. It is a full-time position at an all boys’ 9–12 parochial high school. 

The business teacher is responsible for the growth of their students in support of the Benedictine High School mission of developing young men in mind, body and spirit. As a College Preparatory High School, the business teacher is responsible for preparing the students academically for a successful college career. The business teacher assists in creating a school culture of high academic standards among faculty and students. S/He encourages an expectation of life-long learning evidenced by continually improving learning experiences. Teachers at Benedictine participate in curriculum development and provide the associated instruction and assessment for students to which they are assigned. They focus on student growth and achievement through planning and execution of instruction, using collaboration with colleagues and the school leadership team. They are an active part of the community as they can moderate clubs and attend events and contests.

These outcomes are achieved through the following responsibilities: Develop and execute standards-based curriculum within the school's educational philosophy. Use student performance data derived from teacher-created and standardized assessments to develop and execute differentiated curriculum, instruction, and individualized learning plans to meet individual student needs. Provide needed behavioral and academic intervention for students directly and by utilizing the resources of administration, the counseling department, supervisors and colleagues. Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and that follows the behavioral guidelines of the school. Proactively develop a positive relationship with families for the purpose of creating support for students and their education. Participate in professional development activities to continually improve teacher skills.

A business teacher with training through the High School of Business™ program is preferred. If interested, please send a cover letter and résumé to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (academic dean) and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (president/principal).