Teaching in Virginia
The University of Virginia is hosting a free K-12 Educators’ Expo PK-12 Job and Interview fair on Friday, February 12. Interested candidates must attend the job fair from 9 a.m. to noon to schedule interviews between noon and 5 p.m. The event is open to anyone interested in K-12 teaching, school counseling, speech language pathology, or administration (even those who have no affiliation with UVa). More than 90 divisions and organizations will be represented.
April 23, 2015 – the Board of Education recognized Fairfax County Art Resource Teacher, Precious Crabtree, the recipient of the Virginia Education Association’s 2014-15 Teaching Excellence Award. See VEA News Release (PDF)
The Virginia Department of Education licenses teachers and administrators according to regulations adopted by the Board of Education. The department also administers regulations governing educator preparation programs to ensure that teachers enter the classroom with content knowledge and instructional skills aligned to the Standards of Learning and other objectives for learning and achievement.
The department also administers programs to help school divisions recruit and retain highly qualified teachers and recognize instructional excellence.
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