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Re: I want a chance to teach
Natalie

    Well, I hope Principals will look at my experience and my
    references and think of all the stereotypes that come with being
    from CA. I didn't teach in inner city L.A., I taught in a suburb
    of Southern California that had excellent schools, California
    Distinguished Schools in fact. I am a product of that district
    along with other excellent teachers I know. Did you ever go to
    school in CA, being from CO? What are your experiences there? I
    just don't appreciate the stereotypes that I get A LOT here with
    being from California. Sorry, it's not you I'm upset with, Rodeo.On 4/30/08, Rodeo wrote:
    > replace worse with better below. sorry.
    >
    >
    > On 4/30/08, Rodeo wrote:
    >> I am from Colorado. The educational system in Colorado is much
    >> better than here in California. And the average individual in
    >> Colorado is much better educated than the average individual
    >> in California. There is no reason for anyone in Colorado to be
    >> impressed by a California credential or California teaching
    >> experience. Having experienced both places, if I were a
    >> principal I would not want to hire a California teacher
    >> because I would be afraid that they would be infected with the
    >> many attitudes that make many California schools such
    >> failures. No offense to you. I am not saying YOU are a bad
    >> teacher. I am just saying that since I wouldn't know you, I
    >> wouldn't want to take the gamble that you would be different
    >> than the other people from California. I think states like
    >> Nevada and Arizona, Texas and New Mexico would be impressed by
    >> a California credential and do not have worse schools than
    >> California. But Colorado is just better than they are when it
    >> comes to the schools (not Denver though, Denver schools are
    >> pretty bad like urban schools in California but someone would
    >> have to be nuts to want to teach in the Denver schools.
    >> However, the schools in the suburbs of Denver especially South
    >> in Littleton and Cherry Creek are very good).