Educational Companies That Hire Teachers

Date
May, 08, 2022

20 plus educational companies that hire teachers

The past three school years have made teachers rethink their careers. Many educators feel stuck and aren’t sure how to get out. Including myself. Because, I think we’re taught that we can’t leave, being an educator is supposed to be a lifetime career. How can you leave when you’re told you’re just a teacher?

So, I started researching educational companies and checking out if they had any roles that would fit my skill set. And they did! Instructional design, trainers, curriculum writing, etc. Of course, I encourage you to find positions that match your abilities, but these are good options.

I also applied to non-educational companies with the same roles, but I didn’t have much luck. I believe that transitioning from the classroom to an educational company will lead to more possibilities with non-educational companies.

But, because so many of us are feeling like it’s time to explore other options, I decided to share.

Below you’ll find the list of educational companies where former teachers should work. Some of the companies you are familiar with like PebbleGo or Learning A-Z have a parent company. So, I listed the parent companies and made a note.

Each company listed links directly to its career page.

Actively Learn

Age of Learning

Amplify

BookNook

BrainPOP

Cambium Learning Group– Includes companies like Learning A-Z, Lexia, Kurzweil, and more

Capstone– Includes Pebble Go and more

ClassLink

Curriculum Associates-Includes companies like Mentoring Minds

DreamBox

Edmentum

Edmodo

Edpuzzle

Epic Books

Flocabulary

Go Guardian

HMH

Imagine Learning

IXL

Kahoot

McGraw HillIncludes companies like Achieve3000

Nearpod

Newsela

Pearson

PowerSchoolIncludes companies like Schoology

Renaissance Learning

Scholastic

Seesaw

I hope this list is helpful and gives you hope that there are jobs available for us in corporate America. I’ve had interviews with a few of these companies and one hired me! I wish you all the luck in your future career.

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Melissa Nikohl

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