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We also offer a wide range of recruitment options and enhancements. Post a single job or choose from a variety of job packages. Visit for a complete description of your options. SuPERinTEndEnT Superintendent Cajon Valley Union SD Head of School The Ottawa Jewish Community School San Diego County, California ADA – 16,231 The Governing Board of the Cajon Valley Union School District invites highly qualified educational leaders to apply for the position of superintendent. APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 6, 2013 - 5 PM. To request application materials go to: Rich Thome and Dennis Smith, Consultants Leadership Associates diRECTORS/MAnAGERS/ COORdinATORS Superintendent Oxnard School District Ventura County, California ADA – 16,533 The Board of Trustees of the Oxnard School District invites highly qualified educational leaders to apply for the position of superintendent. APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 13, 2013 - 5 PM. To request application materials go to: Rich Thome, Consultant, Leadership Associates Positions Available Guilford County Schools seeks Spanish teacher to teach in Greensboro, NC. Must have BA or foreign equivalent in Education, Spanish or related field. Must have or be qualified to hold NC teacher The Ottawa Jewish Community School is seeking a new Head of School to continue our tradition of academic excellence and broad Jewish education. OJCS includes a primary and secondary school, and boasts small class sizes, tri-lingual education, and a range of extra-curricular and community activities. OJCS develops academic and personal qualities in its students in an inclusive, caring environment based on Jewish religion, culture and values. OJCS is an academic leader among Ottawa schools, and this position offers an excellent salary and benefits package. The Head of School is responsible for curriculum, extracurricular programming and school culture, and will work with the school CFO on budget and finances. The new Head of School will be an exceptional leader with experience fostering faculty dedication and development. Interpersonal and communication skills, character, and educational vision will be essential for the successful applicant. Canada’s beautiful capital has a thriving Jewish community and this school is central to it. The new Head of School will be helping to create our future. The successful candidate will be chosen by Fall 2013, and will assume their position by Summer 2014. For further information on qualifications and application process, please go to and click on the Head of School Search button. Positions Available license in Spanish and must be bilingual Spanish/English. Go to http://www.gcsnc. com, click on "Employment" and "Prospective Employees" to apply. K i n d e r g a r t e n Te a c h e r - F r e n c h American School (NY, NY) Prepare & teach educational materials required to introduce & implement French/American curriculum and culture. Practice musical instruments. Bachelor's degree or foreign equivalent in Education or a related field, PLUS two (2) years related experience. RES: Ecole Internationale de New York, LLC., 111 E. 22nd St., NY, NY 10010.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Education Week - April 24, 2013

Education Week - April 24, 2013
Union Sues Over Basis of Appraisal
In San Antonio, Pre-K Initiative Sets Steep Goals
New Teachers Search for Place in New Orleans
FOCUS ON: CAREER READINESS: States Seek High School Pathways Weaving Academic, Career Options
News in Brief
Report Roundup
PARCC Proposes Common-Core Test Accommodations
Some States Seek GED Alternative as Test Price Spikes
Blogs of the Week
DIGITAL DIRECTIONS: Online Socialization Is Hot Topic Among Researchers
Overhaul of the E-Rate Seen as a High Priority by FCC Commissioner
Comments Weighed on Vending Machine, ‘A La Carte’ Proposals
Corralling Local Support Still a Challenge
FOCUS ON: CAREER READINESS: Swiss Academic, Career Paths Designed to Cross
Obama’s Proposed Fix on Student Loans Ruffles Allies
Head Start Officials Tight-Lipped on Which Centers to Lose Aid
Policy Brief
Legislative Briefs
School Safety Legislation: A Tally by State
LAUREN BLAIR ARONSON: Advice to TFA From a Former Insider
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Education Week - April 24, 2013