RST Teacher

Directed Educational Services South Burlington , VT 05403

Posted 4 months ago

Extera Public Schools has partnered with DirectEd Educational Services to find a talented RST Teacher through our Educator Career Placement Service.

This service is free and it does not require you to be an employee of DirectEd. It allows you to keep your current position, while learning about new career opportunities within our partner schools in Los Angeles and throughout California.

Position Details

Salary: A competitive compensation package commensurate with anticipated duties and successful teaching experience.

Title: RST Teacher

Credentialed as Education Specialist (Mild/Mod). You will be required to work collaboratively with General Ed Teachers and other SPED staff to ensure students are receiving adequate accommodations and services.

Location: East Los Angeles

To be considered for this position, please apply below.

More about our partner school:

Excellence is an important pillar of Extera Public Schools, and our community works together in many ways to achieve it. Our students are expected to meet or exceed high academic goals established by the state of California, while teachers collaborate to help our students reach their potential.

Parents actively participate in their children's learning by supporting activities at the school. Extera provides a personalized, small school environment that promotes learning by doing, incorporating real-life lessons in nature to help students understand the interconnectedness of our world. Through relationships with local organizations and businesses, our students are able to understand the importance of community.

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RST Teacher

Directed Educational Services