The Cobb County School District (CCSD) is the second largest school system in Georgia and the 23rd largest in the nation. It serves nearly 113,000 students with 112 schools, including 67 elementary schools, 25 middle schools, 16 high schools, one charter school, one special education center, one adult education center, and one performance learning center. Our dual language immersion model is a 50-50 model with a Spanish immersion teacher and an English partner teacher. In Spanish, we teach math, science, social studies, and Spanish language/literacy. Most of the programs are two-way programs, but we do have a one-way program composed of almost all English speakers.
The Spanish immersion teacher must be certified in, or eligible to be certified in, Early Childhood Education in the state of Georgia. In addition, applicants must take the OPI (Oral Proficiency Interview) and WPT (Written Proficiency Test) and score at the Advanced-Mid level or higher. We will arrange for these tests; however, applicants are responsible for covering the costs of the tests.
Spanish immersion teachers in the Cobb County School District are expected to teach entirely in Spanish. They teach math, science, social studies, and Spanish language/literacy.
Citizenship, residency or work VISA required
Submitted by greg79257 on Tue, 01/23/2018 - 10:05