Resources for Aspiring (and Experienced) Georgia Teachers
The following links will take you to websites for educators, many of which contain job openings, professional development opportunities, and chances to network with other teachers in Georgia.
Georgia Department of Education—www.doe.k12.ga.us
Provides information about certification requirements and the master teacher program, as well as data about school districts and individual school performance on standardized tests.
Georgia Professional Standards Commission—www.gapsc.com
Outlines certification requirements and lists educator preparation programs around Georgia.
Official state source of postings for job fairs and open teaching positions around Georgia.
Georgia Association of Educators—www.gae2.org
A forty-thousand-member professional association that offers its members insurance, access to legal advice, a magazine, and professional development opportunities. Also includes a few job postings.
Professional Association of Georgia Educators—www.pageinc.org
Offers legislative advocacy, legal protection, access to attorneys, and professional development opportunities.
Association of American Educators—www.aaeteachers.org
Provides legal protection, liability insurance, and professional development opportunities. Members can also apply for classroom grants and teacher scholarships.
Contains access to nearly forty thousand teaching jobs across the United States, including hundreds in Georgia.
Has open teaching positions for public, private, and vocational schools across the country.
ABC Teaching Jobs—www.abcteachingjobs.com
Access to open teaching positions by state, grade level, and subject area.
Allows teachers the ability to apply online for thousands of teaching jobs in more than three hundred school districts throughout the nation.
Contains postings for teaching jobs, message boards for networking, and links to teaching-related resources.
Top School Jobs—www.topschooljobs.org
Education Week’s job posting website, which contains thousands of postings for open teaching positions across the country.
Specific Teacher Associations—There are many professional associations that serve teachers of specific subjects in Georgia. These include:
Last Updated: 06/14/2014