Location: Shenzhen, (Salary: RMB20,000 plus benefits)
Scholastic (NASDAQ: SCHL) was founded in 1920 as a single classroom magazine. Today, Scholastic books and educational materials are in tens of thousands of schools and tens of millions of homes worldwide, helping to Open a World of Possible for children across the globe.
School Website: www.scholastic.com
As soon as possible
End of April or earlier
36 hours per week
Basic level and middle level
3-12 years old
Salary and Benefits
RMB:15,000-20,000 Fixed salary per month
Vacation with Pay
After one year, 6 days paid for vacation
Working Visa Assistance
USA, Canada, UK
Male or Female
BA or above, majored in language, education and others
Teaching experience preferred
Tefl / Tesol
Yes, Need it
Scholastic Education is a leading provider of comprehensive literacy solutions reinforcing student achievement through instructional reading and writing, professional learning for teacher effectiveness and family and community engagement.Scholastic Classroom Magazines have 14 million subscribers to its 30 print and digital magazines. From Guided Reading and Classroom Books to digital resources including Scholastic GO!™, Storia® School Edition, and BookFlix™, supplemental programs provide solutions to fill critical resource gaps, options that build classroom libraries, and resources for differentiating reading instruction.
Scholastic Family and Community Engagement (F.A.C.E.) supports literacy development in underserved communities through book distributions, mentoring programs and a research-based parent engagement curriculum. Recognizing that professional educators are committed to becoming the best teachers possible, Scholastic provides professional books and training from thought leaders and practitioners that empower and deliver tangible strategies and actions they can implement immediately. Scholastic produces Scholastic Teacher™, America’s longest-running magazine for teachers in K–8 classrooms. Scholastic National Partnerships works with non-profit organizations, government agencies and some corporations to provide free books and educational materials to schools and families throughout the U.S.