I’m certified computer science teacher working in a private school with EAD status. would like to work in public school with H1B
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It is possible, however, the petition would be subject to the H-1B cap, unless the School District can demonstrate that it is affiliated with an institution of higher learning.
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In theory, yes - in practice, however, an almost impossible proposition, since in a state or municipal run/operated school there are too many egos, issues and frankly sheer incompetence.
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Although a public school can sponsor an H-1B ... there are usually too many political and red tap issues.
Plus, it will be subject to the H-1B cap ... for work starting on October 1, 2020 ... most schools want their teachers in August ... thus, you won't be a very 'attractive' job candidate.
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