The purpose of the REVIEW is to match qualified educators
with employment for teachers, specialists, and administrators from grade K through
It is hard to believe, but it is true, that in some areas of the country,
qualified educators are working in menial employment while looking for teaching
jobs, and in other areas, administrators are frustrated at their inability to fill
employment opportunities with qualified educators.
Why is this? The reason are many. Some have to do with the resources you have at your
disposal to fill teaching jobs. Advertising locally or in nearby city newspapers, attending
regional or state job fairs, or recruiting at nearby educators college, are the popular ways
to solicit employment to educators. Each of these methods have pitfalls. Each is expensive.
If advertising, you would like to be able to explain the special requirements for employment
and the special opportunities you can provide, but the cost of advertising, particularly in
large urban areas, is so expensive that ads for teachers end up looking like computer code.
Recruiting at nearby colleges works sometimes, but what if you need educators
whose specialty is not taught in your area, or a football coach with a successful
win/loss record? Some administrators are lucky enough to be close to a large
supply of educators, thanks to teaching colleges or a large urban area nearby, but
even these administrators have hard to fill teaching jobs which require skills not
readily available in their area.
Administrators admit that they would be willing to consider educators from outside
their local area, especially for difficult to fill teaching jobs, but then the question
of certification comes in. Every time candidates from outside the state are
considered, it takes a big effort to make sure the candidate is qualified.
Sometimes the "right" person is found, only to find out they cannot be certified
for the position, and meanwhile the meter is running on the time left to fill the
We assist teachers with getting certified in your state. We also help them
prepare their credentials for your review.
The REVIEW aims to address these issues. If you advertise in the REVIEW,
thousands of professional educators will read your teaching jobs.
For example, if you are advertising for a special education teacher, your message
will be seen by thousands of special education teachers. If you are advertising
for an administrator, your message will be seen by thousands of professionals.
Advertising locally could not possibly draw such an audience to your teaching jobs.
The ulimited size of the ads allows you to fully describe the employment
opportunity available, the special qualities you are looking for, and the unique
opportunities your district or community provide.
The REVIEW accepts resumes and advertisements 24 hours a day 7 days a week with
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