I'm thinking into the future, so it's not immediate for me, but I may get another degree in the future. Because of the extreme costs of tuition these days, I'm looking seriously into other options to pay for it, apart from just saving a portion of my paycheck each month (which I am doing already) including enlisting in a reserve branch of the military (again this would be a few years into the future, definitely not now). While working in the National Guard probably won't pay for all of it, it will pay a certain amount, however you may be called up for active duty for 8 years after you enroll, so I'm wondering if there's any conflicts with the districts in these cases. Anyone who has worked in a branch of the reserve military while being a teacher? Any ideas of what types of benefits being a teacher might bring to your service or vice-versa?