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Teaching in America

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Stato, Mar 10, 2011.

  1. A good start would be to do a "USA" search on this forum - there's been loads of discussion in the past and quite a few questions very similar to your own. Recruitment to public schools is virtually non-existent in some parts of the US at the moment (but I don't know specifically about Georgia) so you might be better looking at Charter and Private schools.
    Have you looked at the Atlanta school board site? Does your boyfriend have any friends who are teachers - they will know how it works and which schools will or will not recruit from overseas. Find out which schools will sponsor your visa, otherwise you will waste a lot of time on schools that cannot recruit you even if they want to.
    Best of luck.

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