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My take for what it is worth. I see at least two very strong statements you make. I don't see strong statements as necessarily problematic; sometimes it is very important to take a stand. But stands often have to be defended. The first very strong statement essentially summarized in your sentence: Math never cares what your social background is, it does ...


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There are some good websites for specific states (e.g., edjoing.org for California and expanding to a few more states next school year. You can just find them through googling) but I never came across to a national secondary education mathematics jobs website (probably the closest website is indeed.com, which is more like a meta-search engine for job ...


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The main place of which I am aware is the math education listserv run by Dr. Jerry Becker. I suggest that you contact him to ask about listing a position; he will send it out with a subject line that begins "Position Announcement"; early September is not the most common time to list a position, but here is a screenshot of his listings from 27 Oct 2015 - 18 ...


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In the U.S., MathJobs.org dominates. Mathjobs.org is an automated job application system, sponsored by the American Mathematical Society. We serve all job applicants with advanced degrees in Mathematics, and employers (academic or industrial) searching for mathematicians. The system is free for applicants. Despite its U.S. focus, they are international ...


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In Alabama, all public school jobs for Elementary, Middle, and High Schools are posted on Teach in Alabama located on the Alabama State Department of Education website. There is also a website/organization designed to certify people interested in teaching who already have a degree in an area of study called Teach for America, at teachforamerica.org. For ...


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Although MathJobs was mentioned, there is a larger list (or perhaps it was a larger list) at the Employment Information in the Mathematical Sciences website, also by the AMS. It is not an application site, though (as opposed to MJ), and I don't know how many math ed jobs there would be - today it was everything from OR to stats to 'math curriculum designer' ...


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I used the Chronicle of Higher Education when I looked for jobs. Is it still useful? (They now have a special site for jobs, chroniclevitae.com.)


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HigherEdJobs.com is fairly prominent, I think. It has a U.S. focus but does permit a non-U.S. location, for example: this search.


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