For what grade level are teachers in highest demand?

I'm a male just about to finish my first semester of college. I'd like to eventually go into education administration, but I figure I'll have to be a teacher for at least a few years. So my question is: At what grade level would I be most apt to find a job. I know a lot of districts want male elementary school teachers, and considering I would most likely teach english in highschool, maybe there would be more openings in elementary?? Thanks in advanced!

Asked By: JakeT - 11/9/2008
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Middle and High School math...because most states now require special certification in all secondary school subject matters and they are always looking for Math teachers. For elementary education, only a simple teacher's cert. is required. Computer teachers are always in high demand.
Answered By: njmarknj - 11/9/2008
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6th-8th grade
Answered By: kag12392 - 11/9/2008
I live in Pennsylvania and to be an administrator you have to have five years of classroom experience. I worked with a man who teaches third grade and he finished his masters and obtained his principal certification but couldn't apply for any administration positions because he only had 4 years experience in the... More
Answered By: Mike - 11/9/2008
Middle school math is always in high need. Elementary schools may be more open to hiring male teachers but it depends on the district you are applying at.
Answered By: stormibays - 11/10/2008
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