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Arabic Teacher, Part-time

Jun 22 2017 | Credo High School | Sonoma County, California

Credo High, a six-year-old, college-prep, public Waldorf school in Rohnert Park, California, is expanding its world language options in 2017-18 to include Arabic. The high-achieving school, where all students are required to study four years of world language, already offers Spanish and Mandarin to its 350 students.

“It has been our long-term goal help prepare our students for the future by teaching the world’s most spoken languages, and we will continue to add language choices as our population grows,” said Credo Executive Director Chip Romer. “We began with Spanish in 2011, added Mandarin in 2015-16, and are now excited to add Arabic.”

The school is looking to hire a teacher interested in developing and growing a new Arabic language program at Credo, beginning with a 20% position in 2017-18 (Arabic I), developing to a 40% position in 2018-19 (Arabic I & II), a 60% position in 2019-20 (Arabic I, II & III) and an 80% position in 2020-21 (Arabic I, II, III & IV). Classes are taught for 90 minutes two times per week. Compensation is commensurate with training and experience.

Ideally, a candidate will hold a California single subject credential in Arabic, but the school recognizes that holders of these credentials are rare. Candidates considering entering a California credentialing program are welcomed to apply.

Interested applicants should send a resume and 2-page autobiographical narrative to:

Chip Romer
Credo High Executive Director
[email protected]

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