New Jobs on Teachers.Net

The Help Group
Los Angeles

Pine Street School
New York

ASU Preparatory Academ...

Central Consolidated S...

The ABA Academy Inc.

Inner Circle Education...
City of Industry


Re: Any former "Michiganders"

    I am sick of that attitude from my fellow Coloradoans. There is just
    as much influx from out-of-state people into several of the
    midwestern states (namely MN - which, in 2006, had a higher rate of
    people moving there from out of state than CO did). My husband is
    from MN and I love the friendly and welcoming attitude of people
    there! Seems we are lacking that here in Colorado with our "no
    vacancy" signs and too-good-for-everyone attitudes!Aside from that, I can't say I know the answer to your question since
    I have not had to go through that process. There is a great teaching
    program at the University of Colorado at Denver (the IPTE program),
    they may be able to answer your question.

    On 4/27/07, jcm wrote:
    > Sounds a bit judgmental
    > On 3/23/07, Spellcheck please wrote:
    >> On 3/12/07, hi wrote:
    >>> OK, maybe I'm opening a can of worms here but can you be a
    >>> little more specific why you "don't need any more
    >>> midwesterners here" ?
    >>> On 3/10/07, Stay in Michigan wrote:
    >>>> PLEASE. We don't need anymore midwestners here.
    >>>> On 1/23/07, Chris wrote:
    >>>>> Hello, I'm looking into moving to Colorado for teaching and
    >>>>> I wanted to know if there were any teachers on this board
    >>>>> who moved from Michigan. I'm from Michigan, so any info you
    >>>>> have about the process would be helpful. Did you have to
    >>>>> take the Praxis II (?). I'm doing my own research, but it's
    >>>>> always good to hear from people who went through it first
    >>>>> hand.
    >>>>> Thanks!
    >> I just think its funny that person doesn't know how to spell!