When a state like Rhode Island is sixth in the nation for Library visits yet only 16th Best Educated you’d have to assume that the trick to bridging that gap would lie somewhere in the teaching. Not to say that 16th Best Educated is anything to bat an eye at, but clearly the students in Rhode Island possess the drive to learn now all they need is an expanded teaching workforce of dedicated educators to push them that much harder. This is where you come in!
We’ve compiled a list of fully accredited teaching schools from Providence to Warwick and Cranston. You can learn the teaching trade online or in person in a traditional classroom setting. Prepare for your Praxis exams and in-classroom study. Learn to become a teacher or school administrator depending on where your talents lie. Now is your chance, don’t hesitate!
As a Rhode Island educator, you will:
- Become a respected pillar of the community
- Carefully craft and schedule an adequate lesson plan for your students
- Guide and prepare the next generation through meaningful lessons and interactions
- Grade exams and papers
- Attend and lead extracurricular activities
- Work together with parents and administrators to create a healthy learning environment
Some career figures for education graduates in Rhode Island:
- Average annual salary: $61,470
- Currently employed: 2,850
- Employment outlook: 15% growth
- Most popular degrees: Bachelor’s, Master’s
Figures courtesy of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Employment & Wages database.
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