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With a diverse economy, an emphasis on technology and a superior quality of life, North Carolina has become one of the fastest growing states in the country. In fact, it has become routine to see our state's communities and regions rated among the nation's most attractive in terms of the overall "quality of life" they offer.
North Carolina continues to see its population grow at a rapid pace, with new residents lured by the beauty of our land and its recreational amenities, by jobs in our high-tech industries, by the exceptional services provided by our healthcare facilities, and by the caliber of our educational resources. We hope you can become one of them - and excel with us as a valued professional in North Carolina's public-education community. North Carolina is home to 115 school systems, 100 of which are county units and 15 of which are city units, and over 150 charter schools.
There are employment opportunities in NC public schools from the coast to the mountains!
LEA (school system) information is in EDDIE. This information includes URLs, staff contacts and other details about a school district and its schools. Use links under the Reports Menu to obtain contact information for all LEAs, or use the Search or Selection boxes to focus on an individual LEA or school.
Listing of all NC LEAs (school systems) including Public Charter Schools, Regional School, & other Educational Entities
(pdf, 38kb) LAST UPDATED: AUGUST 12, 2016
Educator Effectiveness – resources geared towards future and current educators. Some of the topics listed are: National Board certification, education preparation programs, professional development resources, recognition programs (such as Teacher of the Year), and Troops to Teachers.
Visiting International Faculty Program (VIF) - Since 1989, the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction has worked with VIF to welcome teachers from around the world to our state. Hundreds of North Carolina schools host VIF participants from 48 different countries.
Educational Partners International, LLC (EPI): Designated by the US Dept. of State as a J-1 exchange visitor program sponsor, EPI provides highly-qualified international teachers with the visa sponsorship and support needed to teach critical needs subjects in NC. EPI assists teachers and schools with visa processing, licensure, professional and cultural development, and more. They provide a unique cultural exchange program with emphasis on support.Public School Law (G.S. 115C) – these are NC General Statues for Elementary and Secondary Education