Our students need great teachers
As a teacher in Dallas ISD, your impact goes far beyond the students sitting in the desks of your classroom. For many students, just having an adult who believes in them can be life-changing. When a teacher works with a student to help them realize their goals, you build the confidence needed for them to go out and achieve great things.
In order for students to be engaged at all times in the classroom, we need teachers who are willing to go beyond the lesson plan and make learning an interactive, dynamic experience. By focusing on improving the quality of instruction, and committing to the development and continuous support of those leading our classrooms, our students reap the rewards by being better prepared to achieve success.
Dallas ISD is committed to setting a new standard for education not only in North Texas but in the country. As part of our team, you will help shape the future of teaching and learning for generations to come. And the students you impact along the way? Well, their success is what this profession is all about.
To find out more information about our out of state recruitment please continue to scroll down to find the dates and registration links.
Dallas ISD Upcoming Events:
Dallas ISD's commitment to success drives our search for innovative, enthusiastic team members with the courage to lead. We are proud to provide you with different opportunities where you can meet and interview with our principals and their hiring team.
If you are interested in becoming a teacher with Dallas ISD, we strongly encourage you to apply online prior to attending our events. Candidates must bring their resume, teaching certificate or proof of teaching eligibility to the event.
For more information about the event or regarding any recruitment initiatives, please email: email@example.com.
Type of Event
November 14, 2019
5 – 7 p.m.
Teacher Job Fair
Conrad High School
The Dallas ISD H-1B visa program allows the District to recruit and retain international educators for critical shortage areas. Many Dallas ISD schools have benefitted from the cultural and linguistic experience that the H-1B teachers have provided and the Visa Department within the Human Capital Management Division will ensure that the program continues to function efficiently and effectively for all parties involved.
The District is currently sponsoring H-1B visas for Elementary Bilingual Teachers for the 2019-2020 school year.
In most districts, it would take an average of 20 years to reach an annual salary of $60,000. But in Dallas ISD, that same $60,000 annual salary is achievable in fewer than five years. For those teachers truly invested in becoming transformative, an annual salary of $90,000 is obtainable.
Other districts talk about how valuable their teachers are. We show you.
We're committed to helping you growYour success is our success, so we want to help you grow on your journey as a teacher.
An abundance of professional development opportunities are in place to support Dallas ISD teachers and school leaders, including one-on-one coaching, learning in teams, and large group sessions. Research has shown that on-the-job professional development is the most effective in helping teachers grow as educators. To that end, the district continues to expand and improve campus-based coaching, teacher teams and teacher team leaders. Additionally, the online resource Curriculum Central provides a wealth of learning opportunities and instructional support resources, making it convenient to register for and complete educational workshops.
Learn more about the district’s innovative Teacher Excellence Initiative and how we are building great teachers.