Back to Basics currently has two job openings for qualified Spanish teachers for classroom teaching positions. Please see details below.
Qualified candidates should submit a resume detailing education and Spanish classroom teaching experience directly to to be considered for these jobs.
Long-term Substitute, High School Spanish Teacher
Long-term Spanish teacher needed for high school students in Spanish III – V. Qualified candidates will posses a minimum of 1 year teaching Spanish to high school or college students at levels III and above.
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Colleges and universities in the US and abroad recognize this comprehensive test as the education industry “gold standard.” And, test scores are accepted by all four-year colleges and universities in the US, including the most highly selective ones.
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So, as high school seniors all across the country are eagerly filling out college admissions applications, many parents are wondering, “How do I pay for all of this?”
The answer? Scholarships!
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