Los Angeles Public Charter Schools
About Los Angeles public charter schools
Public charter schools in under-resourced LA communities are focused on helping students from low-income families pursue college education. There are currently thousands of students at more than ten elementary and middle schools in LA.
Los Angeles public charter schools believe that every kid, from any background, deserves an opportunity to graduate from college. With a 95% high school graduation rate and 75% college enrolment rate among students who attended LA public charter schools, there is resounding proof that the schools are successful and productive places. Teaching at Los Angeles public charter schools at either the elementary or middle school level is a rewarding experience.
Employee benefits with Los Angeles public charter schools
Teaching jobs with LA public charter schools come with competitive benefits packages for full-time employees. Salaries vary depending on position and years of experience.
|LA public charter schools benefits|
|Start dates||July 2016|
|Student level||Elementary; Middle|
|Vacation||Up to 10 days paid vacation, plus up to 8 paid sick days|
|Holidays||New Year’s Day; Martin Luther King, Jr. Day; Presidents Day; Thursday and Friday before Easter; Memorial Day; Independence Day; Veterans Day; Labor Day; Thanksgiving Break; Year-End Break|
|Medical||Covered, choice of plans|
|Employee Assistance Program||Counseling, help, resources, and tools in many areas|
Teachers interested in positions at a Los Angeles public charter school should have the following minimum qualifications and experience:
- Minimum of 2 years of classroom teaching experience
- Possession of a valid internship, preliminary, or clear teaching credential
Help inspire an educated future for underprivileged youth in LA.
Apply to teach with LA public charter schools