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Wed April 30, 2014
Detroit Public Schools looking for new teachers
The Detroit Public Schools is hiring new teachers for the upcoming school year.
The district is hosting a teacher recruitment fair Wednesday at Renaissance High School.
The district is looking to fill 300 to 400 positions, says DPS spokeswoman Michelle Zdrodowski.
In its ongoing effort to cut costs, the district is offering more generous buyouts to some of its more highly-paid teachers.
“We believe that it’s going to be very attractive to some of our teachers,” Zdrodowski says. “And so we’re preparing for the vacancies that we believe might be available in the coming school year.”
Zdrodowski says DPS is also looking for more art teachers, as part of an ongoing initiative to boost arts programming. In the 2014-15 school year, “the goal is to expand it further, to include arts and music in all of our K-8 schools.”
Foreign language and special education teachers are also in high demand.
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