General Education Jobs

As a general education teacher, you play a vital role in the development of children of all ages and needs. You are shaping the minds of students day in and day out. ProCare is on a mission to place passionate teachers, like you, in schools where they can make an immediate impact and do what they do best.

General Education Teacher Responsibilities

Becoming a teacher can be an extremely rewarding career. General Education Teachers make an impact on the lives of students everyday which is why it is such an attractive career to some. Teachers are responsible for creating lesson plans that instruct their students on math, social studies and everything in between. They work with school administrators and other school professionals on a daily basis. Teachers are responsible for tracking the progress of students, enforcing school policies, and preparing their pupils for county and state exams.

Some general education teachers choose to focus on specific fields of teaching that have additional responsibilities. For example, a general education teacher that focuses on reading would be considered a reading specialist. Their responsibilities would also include tasks that focus on helping students improve their reading skills. Another example would be a life skills teacher. In addition to general education responsibilities, life skills teachers would be responsible for helping students understand how to complete tasks like managing money, preparing food and filling out job applications.

General Education Teacher Requirements

Depending on the age of students you intend on teaching and which state you are looking to work in determines the level of education required to become a general educator. For example, some states only require a high school diploma and certification for preschool teachers. Most teachers receive a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or higher. Some states require you to actually specialize in an educational subject matter, such as history or science. All teachers are required to be licensed in the state they teach. On top of educational requirements for teachers, there are several soft skills that are equally as important. Having strong attributes in communicating, writing, and instructing make for exceptional teachers.

General Education Teacher Job Outlook

General Education Teacher jobs for kindergarten and elementary are expected to see a 7% growth through year 2026 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. While wages and salary vary state to state, high school teachers on average receive a higher salary and are expected an 8% rate of growth in jobs.

If you are a passionate teachers that wants to help students build brighter futures, ProCare wants to work with you! Check out our open jobs below and apply today.

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An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Gen. Ed. Teachers Needed | virtual openings

  • roanoke, Virginia
  • Schools - General Education Teacher
  • 7/23/2021

A great opportunity for a General Education Teachers to work remotely with a teletherapy position has become available with a district in Virginia. This full-time position is with a K-12 district for the length of the 2021-2022 school year.

Applicants interested in teletherapy opportunities must have a (preferable) Master's Degree in a relevant field, at least 2 years' previous experience, and have Virginia state DOE licensure with appropriate endorsement depending on subject matter in addition to the license of the state of the applicant's permanent address to be considered.

Position Details:

  • Location: Virginia, fully remote position
  • Hours: 40 hours per week
  • Caseload: PreK-12th -will be determined based on experience, preference, and availability
  • Subject Openings: Science, History/Social Studies, Math, Reading, Spanish, English, etc.
  • Benefits: Competitive independent contractor rate, work remotely, no travel required


  • Preferred experience: 2 years' minimum experience, previous teletherapy experience highly preferred
  • Degree (Master's preferred) in relevant field
  • Licensure with VA DOE & active endorsement in chosen subject matter
  • Professional liability insurance coverage needed (or in process- must show COI prior to start-date)
  • Qualifying technical set-up, computer specifications, and upload/download speed

An offer is contingent on passing a tech assessment and background check. Apply below! Call or text at 678-459-1152 to learn more! Email your current resume and relevant credentials/endorsements to Jenna Rodriguez at to be considered immediately.

Jenna Rodriguez
Sr. Account Executive


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