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Does anyone know how to get a teaching job in Delaware? This seems to be the hardest state to get a teaching job in. I have an M.S. and a B.A. in Elementary Education, an M.S. in Administration and Supervision, and B.A. in History. I have 8 years experience and currently work in a charter school in New York and want to relocate to Delaware. If anyone has any hints or tips or tricks or knows someone who knows someone who is lookig for a teacher it will be greatly appreciated.

  • Janet Crosby to Dale... /blockquote> Dale: Your apt description says it all... Amen! Janet CrosbyOn 1/22/08, Dale Henderson wrote: > Nicole et al> > Landing a teaching job in Delaware simply boils down to not what > you know but whom you know. Cronyism,...See More
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  • Dale Henderson /blockquote> Nicole et alLanding a teaching job in Delaware simply boils down to not what you know but whom you know. Cronyism, nepotism, favoritism, etc., come into play. By law, school systems must publish job vacancies via newspapers, perio...See More
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  • Kiran /blockquote> Hi BrianI am interested in finding information about schools in delaware that can sponsor teachers from other countries to teach in this state under exchange program.I will appreciate if anybody can provide me any information about t...See More
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  • Elem. Teacher /blockquote> AYP stands for Adequate Yearly Progress and is part of the No Child Left Behind Act. Schools are "scored" each year based on certain criteria which determines whether or not they have made adequate progress. Try the link ...See More
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  • linda /blockquote> What are AYP stats?On 6/03/06, Jamie wrote: > I saw that someone mentioned to you. That> is a great site. Have you tried job fairs? You can often> view online recruiting schedules. If a school at whic...See More
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