Adult literacy and GED teachers
teach courses to children and adults in literacy, ESL, GED test prep
make large quantities of food for school breakfast, lunch and after-school programs
instruct group and individuals about the fundamental of sports
Education administrators (child-care)
are in charge of academic and nonacademic activities for young children in preschools or day care programs
Janitors and cleaners
keep schools spotless by cleaning all areas of the premises
Postsecondary teachers (college and university facility)
work in different academic departments or fields and usually teach several different classes related to their specialties
School bus drivers
take students to and from school
might counsel students on social, personal or behavior issues; high school counselors might advise students on choosing classes, a major or college admissions
instruct nonacademic courses that you might take in your free time, such as, cooking or knitting
Special education teachers
teach educationally and physically handicapped students basic academics and life processes skills
Elementary/ secondary school administrator
Trains and supervises staff, sets instructional objectives, and works to build a rapport with parents.
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