Dallas is a huge area with lots of districts. Can you be more specific about where in Dallas you will live?
You know, Dallas had to let go...
I believe in Texas you can take a test and be certified in that area and not have to go back to college.
Subs do not get unemployment in Texas as they are not "employees" of any district.
I am married, but am always looking for summer work.
WOW - I feel like a dud compared to you all.
I've been subbing for 6 school years and have never brought a thing with me...except my lunch!!
Yes, I would suggest you drop off your resumes. I've heard that this is a great idea (in the north Texas area).
How about these two Organizations? What have you heard about them? My ACP Teacher/School has recommended that us interns join an organization....
Yeah - nice to meet you.
So how's your teaching career going? What grade to you teach?
If you have any advice for us "beginners" that would...
During Specials is also the time when teachers have their "conference time". Specials is also called Co-Curr.
Okay, I see. Thank you.
Do you need a teacher's certificate to teach at a Charter School in Texas?
Is their pay competitive to a public school teacher's beginning...
I'm new here and was thinking that perhaps we could start "State Specific Forums" as I've noticed in a few post that some information would not or...
okay, first of all - what grade to you teach and will you play this everyday or just at the beginning of school for a few weeks or months?
That's so encouraging - thanks for sharing Doug HSTeach 07.
Woohoo - my 2nd post!
Yeah for you! Congrats - now have some fun this summer.
My first post too!!
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