Roosevelt University College of Education Blog

Preparing teachers, counselors and leaders to shape a better, brighter and more just tomorrow.

Feb. 22 Winter Workshop

Please see the flyer below for information about a professional development workshop for prospective and practicing teachers. For more information and to register, click here.

Acero Schools has open teaching positions!

Acero Schools, a top-ranking, top-performing public K-12 charter school network, has 15 schools across Chicago and is building the next generation of lifelong learners, discerners and doers. Join us! We offer a top-tier benefits plan with low-deductible medical coverage and competitive salaries. Our current open positions are: Special Education Teacher (across Chicago), Bilingual Education Teacher – Spanish/English (Little Village neighborhood),…

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Middle School Dual Language Teachers Needed

Hawthorn School District 73 seeks a Dual Language Middle School Science Teacher and a Dual Language Middle School Social Studies and Spanish Language Arts Teacher for the 2020-2021  School year. Applicants must hold, or be eligible for, a valid Illinois Professional Educator License (PEL), including ESL/Bilingual (Spanish) endorsements/approval of ELS/TBE license and Science (Grade 5…

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ESL Tutor Needed in Clarendon Hills

Global Arena is committed to providing high-quality language and culture solutions that will empower customers with the necessary skills and services for success. We understand the importance of cultural values and customs on global business goals. We use specialized technology to: enhance our processes, select the right consultants, improve customer experience and deliver first-rate services….

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Chicago Scholars seeks college counselors

Chicago Scholars is transforming the leadership landscape of our city by resolving fundamental barriers to success for academically driven students who are first-generation college-goers and/or from under-resourced communities. Through college counseling, mentoring, and by providing a supportive community to our Scholars through each phase of our program: College Access (Launch), College Persistence (Lift), and Career…

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Anne Frank’s Diary: An Educator’s Workshop

On February 26, please join us for an educator’s workshop led by social justice instructors from the Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect . This workshop is open to all educators interested in learning how to use the diary and Anne Frank’s experience to teach about the Holocaust and its lasting impacts and parallels to…

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