Every week, more than 200,000 administrators read Education Week, and another quarter million unique visitors are online with us, accessing our resources for teachers, administrators, researchers and policymakers. Our connection with K-12 educators is unparalleled.
Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) March 6, 2008
Editorial Projects in Education, Inc., the publisher of Education Week, Digital Directions, the Teacher Sourcebook, and edweek.org announces the launch of its new career community - TopSchoolJobs.org. Created in response to the growing demands of job seekers and recruiters, TopSchoolJobs.org offers an unmatched combination of career resources and national and international job opportunities.
"Administrators and teachers rely on Education Week and edweek.org to help them stay on top of current events, ideas, and issues, and to stay connected with one another," says Shirlanda Braxton, Associate Publisher of TopSchoolJobs.org. "Every week, more than 200,000 administrators read Education Week, and another quarter million unique visitors are online with us, accessing our resources for teachers, administrators, researchers and policymakers. Our connection with K-12 educators is unparalleled."
TopSchoolJobs.org is continuously updated with new career content to make job search easier, faster and smarter. A wealth of free resources include Career Coach newsletter, Career Corner Blog, a Tips and Advice column, Certification and Salary information, and premium professional development resources, all easily accessible to job seekers nationwide.
For K-12 recruiters, TopSchoolJobs.org offers a dynamic marketplace of highly-qualified teachers and administrators. Recruiters can visit TopSchoolJobs.org to post online, in print, or both when it's important to reach the largest pool of qualified educators. A simplified job posting process, along with free recruiter resources like Teacher Recruiter newsletter and a team of dedicated recruitment client service representatives add to the appeal of TopSchoolJobs.org.
Based on Education Week's dedication to excellence, and a 25-year track record of providing quality resources to the education community, TopSchoolJobs.org is the premier K-12 education career community.
Based in Bethesda, MD, Editorial Projects in Education, Inc. (EPE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to K-12 education, and is the publisher of Education Week - American Education's Newspaper of Record, the Teacher Sourcebook, Digital Directions, TopSchoolJobs.org, and edweek.org, with over two million page views per month and more than 1 million registered users.