Inspire. Instruct. Make a difference in a child’s life as a math specialist.
K-12 math teachers and math specialists typically:
Those working as K-12 math teachers earn a national median salary of $44,284 (as of 2016). Because math teachers are in demand, salaries may be higher than reported for teachers in general.
Job opportunities in teaching are growing at a rate of 5-8% per year, with North Carolina leading the way with a job opportunity growth rate of 9%.
Most K-12 math specialists begin their careers with a bachelor’s degree in either mathematics or education. Many have a master’s degree in education.
A graduate certificate in mathematics supplies the knowledge and credentials needed to work as a math specialist.
Math specialists are in demand. Explore job opportunities here.
Want to inspire our nation’s most valuable resource – our children? Apply now to get the education required for a purposeful career in K-12 education as a math teacher or a math specialist.