Connecticut is proud of its dedicated and innovative educators, and is eager to attract new teachers
and other educational professionals to our schools. For retiring service members, Connecticut is
home to Naval Submarine Base New London, where you can take advantage of your exchange, commissary,
and medical facility privileges. The Connecticut public education system is currently setting the bar
for all other states. Those currently in administrative positions and teaching jobs have performed well
and are going to need equally as talented replacements to continue Connecticut's advancement.
If you are a motivated veteran who wants to make a real difference, use your experience and
knowledge of real life to make a difference within Connecticut's elementary and secondary schools.
Elementary School Teachers:
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Salary data obtained from Department of Labor, May 2015 state occupational employment and wage estimates.
Charter schools are public schools that operate with freedom from many of the local and state regulations that apply to traditional public schools. Charter schools allow parents, community leaders, educational entrepreneurs, and others the flexibility to innovate and provide students with increased educational options within the public school system.
We provide individualized counseling to assist you in exploring and selecting the best pathway to teaching and employment based on your unique needs and goals. To contact one of our counselors, use the quick message below.
Click here to visit the Connecticut state certification website.
Public schools are schools that are maintained at public expense for the education of the children of a community or district and that constitutes a part of a system of free education.
The Bureau of Indian Education oversees a total of 183 elementary, secondary, residential, and peripheral dormitories across 23 states. 129 schools are tribally controlled under P.L. 93-638 Indian Self Determination Contracts or P.L. 100-297 Tribally controlled Grant Schools Act. 54 schools are operated by the Bureau of Indian education.
Connecticut does not have any Bureau of Indian Education funded schools, but may have schools with large popuplations of Native
American students. For additional information, please visit the Indian Affairs page.
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