Alternative Education

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  1. adria

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    Jul 7, 2006

    I need your opinions..please be honestt as possible.

    A teacher that teaches at an alternative school and would wish to work at a public school do you think this increases his or her chances of employment. What do you think the principal might think about this teacher?
     
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  3. adria

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    sorry honest I did not saw the extra t
     
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    I taught alternative ed for four years, and then went to public school. I think it really depends, honestly. The alternative school I was at had a lot of students that CAME FROM the public school that I was hired at. So I already knew a lot of the demographics, social issues, and in fact, some of the families.

    Plus, it didn't hurt that there is a shortage of teachers in my particular subject area.

    Basically, I got my district interview, got my hs interview the next day, and got a job offer the day after that.

    pretty quick for me!
     
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    Thank you...I have experienced what you stated on the weekend. I was hired on the spot.
     

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