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  • Academics LTD
  • Sandy Springs, GA, United States
  • May 11, 2019
Education Training

Job Description

Join a wonderful math teaching program called Quantum Scholars which is supported and funded by the UK Government?s Department for Education.


The program recruits the very best math teacher talent from the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand all to teach in England.


As part of the program, math teachers can also expect tremendous support and an acclimatisation week of training prior to beginning a contract.


We are recruiting for math teachers to begin employment from September 2019 or sooner if available.


Math teachers are assured of a school that compliments their experience and skill-set and also provides them with exceptional support, both in and out of the classroom.


As a certified middle or high school math teacher from the USA, you are automatically recognised as a fully qualified teacher in England, meaning you won?t need to take any additional qualifications in order to teach.


What do our current Quantum Scholars think of the program?

Kayleigh ? Maths Teacher

?I would definitely recommend Quantum Scholars to anyone looking to teach in England. The entire experience has been great and I am really enjoying teaching in the UK. The school I work in has been a great fit for me and my personality as well as my experiences in the USA.?

Alex ? Maths Teacher

?They are prompt, effective communicators that are eager to support you through the process. They are extremely supportive and informative and make an intimidating process seem easy. It is a great program where the representatives are excited to help you with the transition.?

Amy ? Maths Teacher

?The advice I received when making a decision to accept my position was extremely honest and helpful. The process of securing a math teaching position in England was made so much easier by working with Quantum Scholars. I received honest feedback and was helped every step of the way with advice and answers to every question I had!?