Do you want to be part of a district that is doing transformative work to ensure that every student graduates ready for college, career and community?
Do you want to join a team that is championing better experiences & outcomes for students of color?
Would you like to join a thriving urban school district that is committed to elevating you in your profession?
If so, the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) has much to offer you: a clear vision, a collaboratively-designed strategic framework, collaboration time, district support and excellent professional development opportunities.
21-22 Regular Education/Core Content Teacher Applicant Pool
MMSD is seeking highly motivated and collaborative teacher applicants for openings for the 2021-2022 school year. The Madison Metropolitan School District actively seeks and encourages women and candidates of color to apply.
Becoming a Model School District
The Madison Metropolitan School District has a simple but bold vision – that every school will be a thriving school that prepares every student to graduate from high school ready for college, career and community. We know that vision doesn’t come to life without the very best leaders throughout our district. Our strategy is captured is our strategic framework, and centers on three major goals: that all children achieve academically, that our schools are places where children and adults thrive, and that our Black youth excel at school. We have made major gains and are more resolved than ever to build on our progress.
We know this vision doesn’t come to life without dynamic leaders in every school. For more information on our teacher screening and selection process, please visit our TEACH Madison webpage.
About Our District
The Madison Metropolitan School District is the second largest school district in Wisconsin. The district serves a beautifully diverse population of more than 27,000 students. More than half are students of color. Almost half come from low income households. Nearly one third are English Language Learners, and more than 100 languages are represented in our schools. Madison schools are committed to making this district a place where every child thrives.
Instructing students individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations
Adapting teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students’ varying needs and interests
Establishing clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to students
Establishing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order among the students for whom they are responsible
Meeting with parents/guardians to discuss their student’s progress and to determine priorities for their children and their resource needs
High Expectations For Every Student
Student & Family Engagement
Resilience & Results Orientation
Self-Awareness & Growth Mindset
Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) teaching license in Regular Education and/or Secondary Core Content Area.
Your Wisconsin teaching license must be active, or issued prior to the start of your contract. However, you are eligible for consideration prior to your license being issued.
43,209.00 – 74,101.00 Annual Salary
Salary placement is based on two criteria:
1. Education (highest degree earned and academic credits earned after the date your highest degree was awarded)
2. Prior experience working under contract in a K-12 teaching position requiring a state teaching license
Minimum salary placement for new teachers with a Bachelor’s degree and no prior teaching experience is $43,209 annually.
For information about benefits, visit https://hr.madison.k12.wi.us/benefits
545 W Dayton St
Madison, Wisconsin 53703