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Old 03-26-2018, 09:18 AM
 
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Anyone here from NJ or the east coast? When do public school job postings for the next school year come out? I keep checking the district websites and job search and see nothing posted. Is it too early to look?


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Old 03-29-2018, 12:15 PM
 
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and usually July is when I've noticed they begin to post jobs for the next year. Usually they need to see how many numbers they get for the new school year. A lot of the hiring is also done last minute.
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I think many districts need to see how many teachers they need and how many students are expected before they post any jobs. Sometimes teachers need to be moved around to fill positions before they open jobs to people outside the district. I think it is common for jobs not to be posted this soon. It is also common for jobs to be filled the week before school starts! Good luck on your search!
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I'm in NJ and I find that most initial postings go up in May, but some of those will be filled in-house with people moving around. Then there could be a few in June if people don't sign their contracts because they've decided to go elsewhere. And then there's the mid- to late-August last-minute postings. Good luck in your search!
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Any time now, postings will pop up with a bunch in late April through May/end of school. Then it seems to die down with another push mid July until jobs are filled.


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Old 03-30-2018, 12:44 PM
 
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My district is growing constantly so they already have job postings up.
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Old 04-10-2018, 04:55 PM
 
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I live in Maryland. The particular school system I know about here is just starting their interviews and the bulk are done before the end of April, but there are positions that are filled later in summer
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Some schools will post early but most post end of May/ early June and throughout the summer. It will depend on enrollment and teacher retirement. They will move teachers and fill positions internally first and then open the positions to the public.

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