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The has links to detailed tutorials for some questions, and links to the correct in our website to answer others. How can I get help with completing my application? This is our most common request for help, and the new ATP Applitrack database has its own help desk, and tutorials.
You can find help with filling out the new forms and other associated documents here:. This means that if you click on a job listed on our website for those school districts - Anchorage, Mat-Su, Kenai, Fairbanks, Juneau or Kodiak - you will be taken to their system to apply.
Why not? This is due to the differences between the questions and answer types on our forms and those of each member of the "Big Six" districts. These districts can search and contact our ATP job candidate pool, but we can't help with job applicant issues on their database because we don't have any access.
If you still have issues, or don't understand something, contact ATP Tech Support atp teachers4schools.
How much is the starting salary for teachers in Alaska? This is complicated question, as each district has its own pay scale. There is no statewide pay scale. Our here explains the way districts are organized and how the union contracts are created:. You can search using "Alaska", the name of the school district, and the term "Negotiated Agreement" to find just about every pay scale for educators in Alaska.
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There are exceptions, but not many. In fact, we have a search shortcut tutorial we have created for this purpose that you can modify with the correct school district name right here:. I am certified in another state.
Does Alaska have reciprocity? Alaska does not call it "reciprocity", but the short answer is "yes", if you are certified, and completed a pre-service teacher preparation program from an accredited school. You will need what Alaska calls an "Initial Certificate", even if you are an experienced teacher, but they are easy to obtain for most teachers who have experience or a degree. If you got a non-traditional or "emergency" certificate, you'll need to check more carefully about your specific situation. We've done our best to pull together the latest information - which changes a bit each year - on the ATP Getting Certified.
I am a foreign national. Can I apply for Alaska teaching jobs? Ah, another very common question. We created a separate just to answer this one. The short answer is "Maybe" ;- The most common way to do this is with the J-1 Visa program explained on this :. However, you still have to find an Alaska district that is interested in hiring J-1 visa applicants.
Districts are not required to do so, and it varies by severity of their needs in certain subject areas, the district administrator doing the hiring, and the school year. Where can I find answers to my many, many questions about living and working in Alaska? We strongly suggest that you post your general questions to the ATP Forum. There is a very helpful group of Alaska teachers, principals and other administrators, as well as some state education officials, who regularly answer questions there. Don't forget that this forum is fully searchable and you can find lots of good advice from those who came before you.
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A definite maybe! The basics are that there are very specific criteria that allow some teachers in low income schools to get part or all of their loans paid off. Most rural, and many urban Alaskan schools with low income populations are eligible for various teacher loan forgiveness incentives.
There is a database of which schools qualify as "low income" by year. You can apply even if the service was in the past, not your present position. There are very specific criteria that allow some teachers in low income schools to get part or all of their loans paid off. No, not really.
Districts may post summer teaching opportunities on our site late in the spring, but they usually hire their own teachers on "extra duty" contracts to take these positions. These positions usually do not count toward retirement contributions, and the rate of pay varies.
Is it true that districts will pay for your relocation to Alaska? Some with provide a stipend for moving expenses, but this really varies by district and by year. The vast majority of districts will expect you to get yourself and your possessions up to Alaska on your own. They may or may not cover part of that cost with a bonus or stipend. However, some districts do pay for a teacher's ticket from Anchorage to the village you will teach in as part of their union contract, or will offer a stipend to help pay for some shipping.
It's worth asking about if you are finalist for a job, and don't see the information in the materials the district provides.
What should I do about winter clothes? We cover this topic on our Shopping Tips. The short answer is that you buy some lightweight outdoor clothing that is good for parts of Alaska when you arrive in July or August, and then find out from other staff what sort of clothing is recommend.
There are links to proven sources of winter clothing on the Shopping Tips. Job Candidates. Our Top FAQs! The short answer is "Maybe" ;- The most common way to do this is with the J-1 Visa program explained on this : » Foreign Teachers Working in Alaska However, you still have to find an Alaska district that is interested in hiring J-1 visa applicants. Again, this is not just for new teachers. If you meet the listed Stafford or Perkins loan criteria, and taught in one of these schools, you should really check it out.
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The list that the U. TCLI folks keep goes back toand as long as you fill out the form, and have the Chief Administrative Officer of the district you worked for it, you may get some repayment help. You can get credit for service in eligible schools that you've worked in since It's pretty cool, and I don't know why this program isn't better known!
You will need persistence. All of these programs place the burden on YOU, the teacher to pursue the right forms from your bank servicing which typically does not want you to pay off earlythe student aid offices of the schools you were enrolled in at the time of the loan. You then have to track down the certifying official in the school district you worked for in those years, and get their ature.
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Many districts are not well versed in the program, but it's usually the HR Director, Business Manager or Superintendent who will need to. It lists each year the deated public and private nonprofit elementary and secondary schools approved by the U. Department of Education as having a high concentration of students from low-income families. You'll notice it is organized by year, and each year it changes. You can specify the school district or school, but it's probably best to search it all and then look for the schools you want to find to avoid missing the correct info. This is because slight changes happen each year in i Anchorage dating my teacher the data is listed or named based on the school officials or agency staff reporting the data.
Here are the I got for the school year as an Excel spreheet I compiled I have turned on filtering by school district name. This program started inbut criteria say that you have to have on-time, full amount, monthly payments before any benefit can be had Then, it started to function with forgiveness. So, worth this is for sure worth tracking if you qualify, or even feel that you might down the road. Every year, of course, more will qualify by reaching the threshold of qualifying loan payments.
Whether new to the state, or an old hand, you can use the database above to search by year for eligibility of the building you were working in, or will work in. The list does not change much year to year for rural Alaska, so although not a guarantee, it's likely that a school on the list year after year in the past will also be on the list if you go to work there.
Is there a list of schools that hire for summer school programs?