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Re: outlook/areas?
Jamie

    I hope that more people reply to you, as I'm knew and only
    just catching on here in DE.Red Clay, Appoquinimink, and Caesar Rodney are all pretty good
    schools. I don't think that there are many BAD schools in DE;
    I would probably stay away from the Dover public schools
    (especially the HS) because I've heard mostly negative
    feedback about them. I'm sure you've already searched through
    this board's archives, but if you didn't, there were some
    posts back in February that you may wish to view.

    What school districts are the best to teach in, 2/06/06, by Jill.

    Re: What school districts are the best to teach in, 2/11/06,
    by Karen.

    Re: What school districts are the best to teach in, 2/13/06,
    by Jill.

    Re: What school districts are the best to teach in, 2/19/06,
    by Karen.

    Also, http://www.udel.edu/teachered/teachersalaries.htm gives
    you a very general idea of how some of the schools here pay.
    I know that it's outdated a tad because my school, which is on
    that list, pays first year/B.S. about 2 K more than that site
    lists. I suppose if you round up a bit for inflation, you can
    still get a decent feel for how the districts salaries compare.

    As far as the outlook for social studies teachers, I would
    suggest that you glance at www.teachdelaware.com if you
    haven't already. It only shows current listings, but if you
    keep watching it, you may get a field for where some need is.

    I'm sorry I couldn't be of more help.

    Good luck!

    ~Jamie~