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“The other teachers I work with in CPS are professional, friendly and helpful team players who can be counted on to do their job well.”
-- CPS Teacher

CPS is a vibrant learning community. In the words of our CPS District Plan:

Cambridge Public Schools, in partnership with our families and community, will provide all students with rigorous, joyful, and culturally responsive learning as well as the social, emotional, and academic supports each student needs to achieve their goals and postsecondary success as engaged community members. CPS students and staff, as members of a learning organization engaged in continuous improvement, will demonstrate a growth mindset and embrace risk taking and innovation.
Does that sound like the kind of community you are looking for? Do you enjoy combining creative strategies with standards-based, pedagogically informed instruction? Looking for opportunities to provide challenging and enjoyable learning experiences for diverse students? If you answered yes, we hope you will consider applying today.

The culture of CPS rewards both independence and collaboration within a diverse, multicultural, multiracial, multi-linguistic environment. CPS recognizes and rewards the exceptional work performed by our staff members by providing competitive salaries and countless rewards and benefits.

Read on to learn more about working for CPS.

Title IX Compliance

Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination based on sex (gender). This federal law specifically states that "[n]o person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance."

Manuel Fernandez and Leslie Jimenez are the Acting Title IX Coordinators for Cambridge Public Schools. Their office address is Cambridge Public Schools, Office of Equity, Inclusion and Belonging, 135 Berkshire Street, Cambridge, MA 02141. If you believe you have experienced or witnessed gender bias in any aspect of the Cambridge Public Schools, including disparities in athletics or sexual misconduct toward students, either Mr. Fernandez (617.349.9786) or Ms. Jimenez (617.349.9786).

You may also submit your complaint or concerns in writing by completing the complaint form here: Printed Version | Online Version


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Office of Human Resources
135 Berkshire Street 
Cambridge, MA 02141
617.349.6436 | Fax: 617.349.6439
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