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Spring is the season when schools are searching for new teachers to fill their open positions. This is a great time for newly-certified teachers to find a job, but competing against other great candidates can be tough. Here are…

Teaching is a historically female-dominated profession, but that is rapidly changing. More men than ever are now earning teacher certifications or degrees and taking their place in the classroom. While the percentage of men in the classroom is growing,…

The American Board has certified over 6,000 teachers across the country in the last decade. With so many educators in the field holding an American Board certification, we thought we’d check in on some of our alumni to hear…

Here at the American Board, we want our candidates to succeed. We do this in many ways: phone and email support, the Study Buddy program, and encouraging blog articles. But the best support our candidates receive is advice from…

Elementary education teachers have the important task of educating young children while also aiding in their developmental growth. Younger students have a juvenile mindset and therefore require more stimulation by bright and creative design than older students, which is…

Both new and experienced educators often try to learn more about their profession in order to improve classroom management and student engagement. But with millions of books written on education, where can a teacher start? A recent thread on…

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