Learn about Teaching in Ohio

With an average teacher salary of $56,307,* teaching in Ohio is a great career choice. Whether you like bustling cities like Cincinnati, Cleveland or state capital Columbus, or prefer smaller towns or rural communities, Ohio has it all. Learn about teaching in Ohio on Teacher World.

Future Ohio Teachers:
Ohioans value education. The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education awarded an above-average score to Ohio in its 2006 state comparison report. In addition, the National Center for Education Statistics reports that Ohio students scored above the national average for all mandated 4th and 8th grade standardized tests in 2007.

If you want to become a teacher in Ohio, you'll have many opportunities and benefits with the state's 614 local school districts, low student-teacher ratio and diverse student body. If you're thinking about getting your Ohio teacher certification, learn about the steps for becoming a teacher in Ohio.

Whether you want to teach early childhood education, elementary, middle or high school, and prefer English, math, science, ESL or another subject, Ohio has teaching positions for you. Request information from the associate's, bachelor's or master's degree programs below, and start your teacher training today.

Current Ohio Teachers and Administrators:
If you are currently teaching in Ohio or are already a school administrator, find out how to advance your career with additional administration or teacher training. A higher level of education is always good for you...and for your school, community and students. Not only will you earn more money with an advanced degree, but you'll also be able to apply what you've learned in your classroom. When you help improve education in your school, everyone benefits. Learn about post-baccalaureate teacher certification in Ohio, master's degrees and doctorates today.

Ohio Teachers in Demand
Due to a shortage of teachers in certain subject areas, the Ohio Department of Education has created incentive programs to provide teachers with career training and compensation for advanced degrees. If you want to become a special education, English, math or science teacher in Ohio, you may be able to take advantage of one of these programs.**
Learn more about teaching in Ohio and the teacher training you'll need to get you there. Then become an Ohio teacher!

Sources: *National Education Association, **Ohio Department of Education

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Grand Canyon University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • B.S. in Early Childhood (Online)
  • B.S. in Elementary Education - English (Online)
  • B.S. in Elementary Education - Math (Leads to initial teacher licensure) (Online)
  • B.S. in Elementary Education / Special Education (Dual Major) (Online)
  • M.Ed. in Elementary Education (Leads to initial teacher licensure) (Online)
  • M.Ed. in Special Education with Credential (Leads to initial teacher licensure) (Online)
  • B.S. in Elementary Education - Science (Leads to initial teacher licensure) (Online)
  • B.S. in Secondary Education - English (Online)
  • B.S. in Secondary Education - Math (Online)
  • B.A. in Christian Studies (Online)
  • B.A. in Christian Studies - Biblical Studies (Online)
  • B.A. in Christian Studies - Youth Ministry (Online)
  • M.A. in Christian Studies - Christian Leadership (Online)
  • M.A. in Christian Studies - Pastoral Ministry (Online)
  • M.A. in Christian Studies - Urban Ministry (Online)
  • M.A. in Christian Studies - Youth Ministry (Online)

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Ashford University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Bachelor of Arts - Applied Linguistics (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - English (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - History (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Arts (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Military Studies (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Political Science and Government (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Child Development (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Early Childhood Education (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Early Childhood Education - Infant and Toddler Care (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Early Childhood Education Administration (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Early Childhood Education Administration - Infant and Toddler Care (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Education Studies (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - English Language Learner Studies (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Instructional Design (Online)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Library Science and Media (Online)

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Kaplan University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • MS in Higher Education - Educational Assessment and Evaluation
  • BS in Early Childhood Development
  • BSPY - Child Development
  • BS in Liberal Studies
  • MA in Teaching (for Aspiring Teachers Grades 5-12)
  • MS in Education (for Existing Teachers Grades K-12)
  • MS in Higher Education - College Administration and Leadership
  • MS in Higher Education - College Teaching and Learning
  • MS in Higher Education - Online College Teaching
  • MS in Higher Education - Student Affairs
  • MSE in Instructional Technology (K-12)
  • MSE in Instructional Technology - Adult Learning/Higher Ed
  • MSE in Instructional Technology - Adult Learning/Organizations
  • Master of Science in Health Education

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Full Sail University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Master of Science in Instructional Design & Technology

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Post University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Master of Education - TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) (Online)
  • Master of Education - Instructional Design and Technology (Online)
  • Master of Education - Teaching and Learning (Online)

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Argosy University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • EdD in Higher and Postsecondary Education

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Graceland University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • MEd in Mild/Moderate Special Education with Licensure (Online)
  • MEd in Technology Integration (Online)
  • Master of Education in Differentiated Instruction (Online)

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Antioch University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Bachelor of Arts - Humanities
  • Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Studies: Individualized Concentration
  • Bachelor of Arts - Liberal Studies: Literature and Creative Writing Concentration

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South University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Doctor of Ministry (Online)

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Concordia University

Campuses: Online

Degrees Offered:

  • Ed.D in Educational Administration (Online)
  • Ed.D in Higher Education (Online)
  • Ed.D in Teacher Leadership (Online)

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Brown Mackie College

Campuses: Cincinnati

Degrees Offered:

  • Early Childhood Education (AAS)

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*Teacher Salary Information For 2014—2015

Median Elementary School Teacher Salary: $53,090 Median Middle School Teacher Salary: $53,430 Median High School Teacher Salary: $55,050 Average Administrator Salary: $87,760 Median Elementary, Middle and High School Principals: $87,760
On average, teachers with masters degrees will earn $8,000 to $10,000 more each year than those with only a bachelors degree.

Consequently, in order to attain a position as an administrator, a masters, PhD or Ed D. is required.

On average, Administrators will earn around $30,000 more each year than their hard working, teacher cohorts!

*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2014-15 Occupational Outlook Handbook