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
>>> 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.