Florida's Charter Schools Are Looking for Great Teachers!

Are you a teacher or considering becoming one? Check out this website to learn how to become a charter school teacher in Florida.

This website will help you navigate through the information of becoming a certified teacher in a public charter school, as provided in the Florida Department of Education's website. Whether you are currently a certified teacher in Florida, or a certified teacher from another state, or have teaching credentials from another country, or want to change your career to become a teacher, you can find all the information you need to get started here. Just click on the menu items above to learn more about teacher certification.

Known as the Sunshine State for its 237 average days of sunshine a year, Florida offers some spectacular benefits for teachers or those yearning to teach. Florida has more than 700 public charter schools located throughout the state that offer a private school-like setting for public school students. In Florida, the process for becoming a certified teacher for a charter school is the same as for a traditional public school.

Just a few facts about Florida that you might want to consider

Florida not only offers the greatest number of sunny days of any state in the country, it offers just about any lifestyle you can imagine. We have big and small cities, dynamic metropolitan areas, quaint small towns, farming communities and Native American reservations, all of which have their own charter schools. If you are a nature lover, Florida has beautiful state parks, the Everglades, and 825 miles of beaches. All those sunny days mean that you can walk, ride bikes, play tennis or pickle ball, or swim almost every day of the year. And not to forget, Florida has 12 of the best amusement parks in the country, almost all located in the Orlando area in the center of the state.

If you'd like to learn more about what it's like to live in Florida, check out this page of the website.