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I was hoping that I could get some input from NM teachers.
I have taught in Ca for four years. I hold my admin
credential and a masters degree in Ed. I want some
recomendation on where would be a good place to look for
work. How is APS? How about Rio Rancho? Any suggestions on
where to live?

Thanks
rw /blockquote>

I'm in Albuquerque and can answer questions you might have. It
is hard to get an administrator job around here, but there are
teaching openings. Albuquerque is a huge district-- about 150
schools if you count the charter schools-- so there's all
kinds. New schools will be opening around Rio Rancho over the
ne...See More
Jan 31, 2006
Claudia /blockquote>

I am curious as to what the average teacher salary is? I have 4
years teaching so what would I be making? I have a masters
degree and have maxed the salary scale in ca. I make over 50K,
what would i make there?

On 1/31/06, rw wrote:
> I'm in Albuquerque and can answer questions you might have. It...See More
Feb 3, 2006
rw /blockquote>

If you qualify for a level 1 license you will make around $33,000;
a level 2 license you will make $40,000-43,000. I'm not sure which
they will give you. If they give you level 1, you will be able to
get level 2 within 2-3 years. However, you will have a higher
standard of living even with these salaries than yo...See More
Feb 5, 2006
Anticali /blockquote>

On 1/28/06, Claudia wrote:
> I was hoping that I could get some input from NM teachers.
> I have taught in Ca for four years. I hold my admin
> credential and a masters degree in Ed. I want some
> recomendation on where would be a good place to look for
> work. How is APS? How about Rio Ra...See More
Jun 2, 2006
Bluetail Fly /blockquote>

Grants is a prison town, really rough kids. Teachers treated
with respect.

Zuni is isolated, but pays well.

Gallup is Indian Country. A rural school will give you the full
rez experience, and the Navajos are among the best people in the
world. A city school will be mostly Navajo but with a mix of<...See More
Jun 2, 2006


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