Noble is Chicago’s highest-performing and largest network of public charter high schools. Our 18 campuses currently serve over 12,000 students, of whom 98% are minority, 87% are low-income, and 82% are first-generation college goers. We believe our people are the most valuable asset in preparing our students for success in college. For that reason, we are looking for the best talent in education.
This application is for the 2018-19 School Year.
We believe that all students have the right to an excellent education; our Special Education teachers are crucial in ensuring all of our diverse learners have success in academics and in life. Special Education teachers analyze data, create and implement behavior management programs, communicate with parents/guardians, collaborate with other teachers, and develop IEP goals and objectives that address students of all ability levels. Additionally, Noble Special Education teachers deliver curriculum that ensures the growth of our diverse learners with rigor that prepares them for post-secondary success. Noble proudly has 86% of our special education students admitted to a four-year university.
At this time, the anticipated Special Education openings for the 2018-19 School Year are:
Special Education Teacher - Baker College Prep
Special Education Teacher (Math) - Butler College Prep
Special Education Teacher (ELA) - Butler College Prep
Special Education Teacher - Chicago Bulls College Prep
Special Education Teacher - DRW College Prep
Special Education Teacher - Gary Comer College Prep
Special Education Teacher - Golder College Prep
Special Education Teacher - ITW Speer Academy
Special Education Teacher - Johnson College Prep
Special Education Teacher (Math) - Mansueto High School
Special Education Teacher (ELA) - Mansueto High School
Special Education Teacher - The Noble Academy
Special Education Teacher - UIC College Prep
We are still determining our needs for the 2018-19 School Year and will update this section as more become available.
Illinois Special Education License (LBS1) required – please apply if you’re special education-certified in a different state and/or have a definitive timeline for your certification in Illinois.
What You Can Expect from Noble
Strong School Culture: We have structures in place that enable you to teach 99% of your class period. You have autonomy to teach what you want to teach. We trust you to do what is best for students. If you ask for support, you will receive it. The work is exceptionally challenging, but it is also the most rewarding.
Meaningful Relationships: Our people genuinely care for and enjoy working with each other. We focus on building strong, meaningful relationships with every student and family. Everyone works with the shared mission of getting students ready for college.
High Expectations: Expectations are consistent for every adult and student in the building. From ensuring we have working copiers to responding to all emails you send, we are obsessed with following through on the basics that every teacher deserves.
A results-oriented history of personal achievement
A belief that all students can succeed in high school, college, and life
A data-driven mindset
The discipline to self-reflect and the hunger to continuously improve
Eligibility to work in the United States
Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis.
The Noble Network of Charter Schools Is An Equal Opportunity Employer.
About The Noble Network of Charter Schools
Noble is Chicago’s highest-performing and largest network of public charter high schools. Noble opened in 1999 with the mission of preparing low income students with the scholarship, discipline, and honor necessary to succeed in college and lead exemplary lives, and to serve as a catalyst for education reform in Chicago. By making college a reality for our students, Noble is committed to changing the trajectory of the lives of our students and impacting their families for generations to come. Noble’s 17 campuses currently serve over 10,000 students, of whom 98% are minority and 89% are low-income. One hundred percent of Noble students are accepted into college and over 90% choose to enroll, resulting in over 5,000 Noble alumni who have received or are currently pursuing a college degree.