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Montgomery County Public Schools is looking for compassionate and dedicated educational professionals to support our more than 166,000 diverse students and 211 world class schools. Apply today so that you can be part of one of the highest performing school systems in the nation!

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45 W. Gude Drive, Suite 1100
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Phone: 240-740-8015



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Top 5 Reasons to Join MCPS

World-Class Location

Just minutes from the nation’s capital and accessible through our amazing public transit system, MCPS affords you the opportunity to explore the wonderful cultural, social and natural landscapes in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

Professional Development Opportunities

With an experienced teacher consulting/mentorship program, tuition reimbursement, university partnerships, teacher pipeline and administration pipeline, MCPS gives its teachers many opportunities to grow professionally.

Outstanding Compensation and Benefits

With a highly competitive starting salary range for teachers, MCPS has one of the highest compensation packages in the country. We are dedicated to hiring and retaining the best and most diverse teacher workforce in the country.

Progressive Community Involvement

MCPS is committed to public education. With an annual budget of more than $2.5 billion, the district includes nationally recognized high-performing schools and has been named to the Forbes list of Best Places to Work.

Embracing Diversity

MCPS is the 14th largest school district in the nation. Our students come to us from 157 countries speaking 150 languages, and more than 70% are students of color, making us one of the most diverse school districts in the nation.