Fort Worth Independent School District educators are teachers who work for the Fort Worth Independent School District. The Fort Worth Independent School District is located in Fort Worth, Texas.
Fort Worth ISD educators are required to have appropriate certification and licenses. To be employed by the district, teaching candidates must demonstrate compatibility with the school vision. Their responses to essay and interview questions during the selection process weigh heavily in final decisions. Additional training and certification programs are available to Fort Worth ISD educators through the school. Bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
The Fort Worth Independent School District consists of 18 high schools, 29 middle schools and 83 elementary schools as of 2015. The district includes several additional campuses, each with a special purpose. The Fort Worth ISD serves a total of 86,000 students. The district provides online education at elementary, middle and high school levels. Special services are available online for students of Middle Level Learning Center and Success High School.
The Fort Worth ISD provides services for students with a variety of special needs via separate schools. Boulevard Heights serves students with intellectual disabilities and autism. Teaching English is the focus of the International Newcomer Academy. Jo Kelly specializes in serving students with multiple disabilities and medical fragility, and Success High School focuses on dropout recovery. The Transition Center provides employment preparation for students with disabilities.