In 2 years I am planning on looking for a new district to work in closer to where I live. By the time I start looking I will have been teaching in the same grade level for almost 4 years. I have Masters, am a Certified Google Educator, and went through a Top 20 teacher prep program. The problem is I literally don't know how to look for jobs in the teaching field. I got pulled early from my prep program, so I was group interviewed and the application process was just for show. In my mind it would be easier to visit potential schools in person and feel them out, Resume & Portfolio in hand. Is that a practice that is still okay? Should everything be done online? I am also terrified of picking the wrong school. My current school lied to new hires about really important things like teacher turnover, salary take home, grade level assignments, and insurance choices. I don't want a school to lie to me. How do I pick a "winner"? Any help or advice would be wonderful.