School Professionals Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • School Professionals's estimated annual revenue is currently $29.6M per year.(i)
  • School Professionals's estimated revenue per employee is $132,000

Employee Data

  • School Professionals has 224 Employees.(i)
  • School Professionals grew their employee count by 27% last year.
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School Professionals is an educational staffing service whose sole focus is recruiting, credentialing, interviewing and providing highly qualified and screened substitute and permanent teachers, administrators, educational consultants, school nurses and administrative/technical school support staff. We're the educational staffing division of The TemPositions Group of Companies, one of the country's largest privately owned regional service staffing firms offering services to the New York, Connecticut, New Jersey and California markets. We Specialize In ‣ Lead Teachers ‣ Assistant Teachers ‣ Teacher Aides ‣ Tutors ‣ Data Entry Clerks ‣ IT Technicians ‣ Maintenance Staff ‣ Receptionists ‣ School Office Assistants ‣ School Nurses ‣ School Secretaries



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School Professionals News

2022-04-20 - Investing in NC beginning teachers more key than ever

Do you know a high school or college student who wants to be a teacher? ... We must nurture those talents and respect these professionals.

2022-04-20 - Mad River Local Schools to reduce staff due to decreased enrollment, lack of funding

The district also said they will be reducing five school therapists and four para-professional aides. They said they will instead be contracting...

2022-04-13 - Celebrating our School Nutrition Professionals - Letters (CA ...

Letter to County and District Superintendents, Charter School Administrators, and School Principals regarding 2022 School Lunch Hero Day. High...

2019-09-08 - Eye on Education: Evaluating school professionals a challenge

I read an interesting letter to the editor in the Daily Republic a couple of weeks ago concerning the Fairfield-Suisun School District superintendent's evaluation.

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