Metro Schools Deploys Innovative Strategies to Recruit Teachers
District is hosting a recruitment fair specifically to invite retirees back into the classroom.
Metro Nashville Public Schools is continuously looking for new ways to recruit talented teachers into our classrooms during a time when much of the country is experiencing a teaching shortage.
To that affect: the district is hosting a Retiree Recruitment Fair to invite retirees to bring their talents back into the classroom.
When: Saturday, Nov. 2, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Retired teachers will bring with them a deep love for serving students and also the talent MNPS needs to lead classrooms on a part- or full-time basis in a variety of content areas.
Retirees will have four different pathways they can take back to the classroom: full-time teaching, part-time teaching, school-assigned substitute or regular substitute assignments.
Positions are available today – and retirees can be back in the classroom serving students in a matter of days.
Metro Nashville Public Schools is one of the nation’s top 50 largest school districts, preparing more than 85,000 students for higher education, work and life. With the goal of being the first choice for Nashville families, Metro Schools is committed to #ExceedingGreatExpectations with the mission of delivering a great public education to every student, every day. The district is earning a national reputation for urban school reform, social and emotional learning and rising academic achievement. The governing body for Metro Schools is the Metropolitan Nashville Board of Public Education, a nine-member elected body. For more information, visit www.mnps.org, or follow us on Twitter (@MetroSchools) or on Facebook: (facebook.com/metroschools.)