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I have subbed this year and found I am really good at teaching HS Math. I went to find out the requirements to become a full time teacher and it would take nearly 3 years full time in addition to my Bachelor's Degree to get credentials. No wonder there is a shortage of math teachers. Sad thing is that I can really teach Algebra and Stats. Does anyone have any other suggestions? I cannot with a family go back to college for 3 years. Thanks
  • Froggybee /blockquote> Have you checked into the TIRP program through BOCES? search boces colorado springs and you should find it!On 4/21/08, TC wrote: > I have subbed this year and found I am really good at> teaching HS Math. I went to find out th...See More
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  • Burnt out teacher /blockquote> Rodeo-I hear ya. Teaching sounds fun and rewarding but it really is asucky, underpaid job with massive politics. It is not worth themoney. It sounds great...Summers off, etc but when you do work,you work like a dog and are spent. T...See More
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  • Rodeo to TC /blockquote> Well TC,I moved to this little crap town in Arizona that has one library but two strip clubs, no museums except for the prison, very few black people but lots of ignorant, poorly educated whites, hispanics, and illegal mexicans. Th...See More
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  • tc /blockquote> Rodeo,I have never met anyone that had a job in San Diego that wasn't treated likecrap. It is the culture there and the reason why so many people come and goevery couple years. It is one big greed fest where the people with all ...See More
    Apr 29, 2008 report post
  • To TC from Rodeo /blockquote> I was badly treated at every job I had in San Diego, too. I lived there for 10 years. But I never put it together that it was San Diego. I just thought I hadn't found a good job yet and that being an employee generally lends i...See More
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