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Want to teach Baltimore City students Science or Special Ed?

Apply for a Teaching Residency- applications due April 17th

April 12, 2017 10:52 AM

"Baltimore City Teaching Residency recruit candidates without a background in education to become an effective teacher for the students who need them the most. This year in Baltimore, we have a shortage of Special Education and Science teachers.

Baltimore City students need and deserve creative teachers to share the wonders of Biology or Chemistry. And those students with additional learning needs could benefit greatly from the fresh-thinking and experience your school has already provided. 

Baltimore City Teaching Residency trains accomplished professionals and recent college graduates to become exceptional, certified teachers for the Baltimore students who need them most. Only twelve credit hours in Biology or Chemistry (or related coursework) are needed to qualify.


Most enrollees who enter into the Special Education program have little to no prior background in Special Education. As a Baltimore Special Education Resident you would be dual certified, which makes you a valuable prospect for hiring Principals and doubles your future teaching options.

Special Education Residents benefit from a range of choices in classroom settings. Most BCTR Residents teach students with mild-to-moderate disabilities. In fact, students are learning the same content as their grade-level peers in a general education setting. You may work with a co-teacher, have a small group of students, or a combination of these settings.


Teaching Special Education = specialized training + highest need + infinite reward.

Our final deadline is April 17.  Finish your application today!"

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