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Re: [IP] Question to the Educators on this list



Don't have any advice, but would like to say "you go girl!"  I work for a
school district (not a teacher) and admire the heck out of anyone who wants
to help children in any way.  That's so awesome.  Keep it up and don't let
anything stop you.
Jen

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sherry Nolan" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 9:57 PM
Subject: [IP] Question to the Educators on this list


> Hi Everyone,
>
> I don't know if you have been following my story over the past year, but I
did
> something crazy.  I quit my lucrative job as a Software Engineer and went
back
> to school to get my Masters in Education.  I have always felt like I had a
> calling to be a Mathematics teacher and I finally I gave in. I will finish
up
> this year and I hope to land a job this fall.  There are some horrible
budget
> cuts coming up in my state, but there are also a lot of teachers retiring
in
> the Mathematics field so I am hoping for the best.
>
> I was hoping for some interview pointers, some job hunting advice, and
most
> importantly some advice about managing my diabetes while managing a
classroom.
> :-)  I will be certified to teach grades 5-12 but am also trying to decide
if
> I want to teach 6-8 or 9-12.  Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated.
Feel
> free to contact me privately  (email @ redacted).
>
> -- Sherry
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