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Tracy Saboe

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Teaching Certification requirements.
« on: March 07, 2004, 02:17:54 am »

Currently I hypocritically Substitute Teach in the local school district.

However I really enjoy it, and have thought about pulling an "Art of War" and getting my teaching certificate, and perhaps teach some kids liberty from the inside, and perhaps help destabilize the percieved need for public education in the future, and help cut funding to the public schools from the inside.

But the problem is, here in South Dakota, I'd pretty have to go back to college pretty much for a full year in order to get my teaching certificate.  It's incredibly more prohibitive compaired to Montana and the other western states (Idaho and Wyoming) where I could get it in just a couple weeks.

So here's my question. How dificult is it to get a teaching certificate in NH?

Perhaps I can donate a bunch of it to the NHLA, NHLP, and the NHRA. Or to the Liberty Scholership fund.

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Re:Teaching Certification requirements.
« Reply #1 on: March 15, 2004, 02:16:20 pm »

Tracy:

Best way is get it in Wyoming, Idaho, etc. and then transfer it over to New Hampshire.

The Federal 'No Child Left Behind' Kennedy-Bush education bill makes it a lot harder to avoid the education bureaucracy. I can teach at a private school for $13,000 - but I need a little more income than that right now.

However, it's useful to keep bpuncing the ideas around.
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Re:Teaching Certification requirements.
« Reply #2 on: March 16, 2004, 07:44:50 pm »

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and then transfer it over to New Hampshire.

I can do that?

I just assumed I'd need to get accredited again when I moved.

Tracy
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Re:Teaching Certification requirements.
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2004, 01:34:40 am »

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and then transfer it over to New Hampshire.

I can do that?

I just assumed I'd need to get accredited again when I moved.

Tracy

You will have to look into the laws.  Check the NH Dep of Education website and the NH NEA website.  Email them if they don't have the answers somewhere on their websites.

http://www.ed.state.nh.us/
http://www.ed.state.nh.us/Certification/teacher.htm
http://www.neanh.org/
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