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    Re: Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?
    Posted by: dave on 5/17/10
    (5) Comments

    Denver public school will give you up to 10 years of out of state
    teaching call HR.

    On 5/16/10, BeeBee wrote:
    > It is true, you will not receive credit if you taught outside of
    > CO. Even if you taught for 20 years in another state, if you get
    > hired in CO, you will be considered probationary just like a first
    > year teacher, and will be treated as such.
    >
    >
    >
    > On 5/13/10, dave wrote:
    >> Stop confusing people. There is reciprocity between NM and CO so
    >> you shouldn't have a problem to get a CO license. And I don't
    >> believe you will not receive credits for teaching outside of CO,
    >> probably not all years, Denver will give you up to 10 years.
    >>
    >>>
    >>> Research! I am a CO teacher and there have been huge budget
    >>> cuts, teacher lay offs all across the state. It is
    >> super
    >>> competitive. I don't know your answer regarding your
    >>> retirement but as for our district you would start as a 1st
    >>> year teacher with 0 yrs experience! (they only give credit
    >>> for CO teaching) Definitely contact the specific districts
    >>> for more info. I am not trying to steer you away, just
    >>> research and realize things are tight for right now. In a
    >>> couple of years maybe it will be different. I speak for
    >>> northern Co.


    Posts on this thread, including this one

  • Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?, 4/03/10, by moving eventually.
  • Re: Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?, 4/03/10, by co teacher.
  • Re: Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?, 5/13/10, by dave.
  • Re: Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?, 5/16/10, by BeeBee.
  • Re: Anyone transferred a license to CO from NM?, 5/17/10, by dave.