In my district, I'm required to get my Masters within 10 years of working in the district or else I'll have to leave (they give 6500.00 in assistance of that mandate). I'm not wanting to do the program they have for a general education masters. If I'm going to bust my butt and go back to college, I want a degree that means something to me. So, with all that said, how do you go about getting one? What kinds are there? How much?!?!?! What about the GRE...is it that tough? I love teaching elementary science and math and down the road, would like to look into a coordinator job. Does anyone know if there's a masters of elem. sci or math education? I'm probably going to start getting serious with it starting this summer. I just wish Univ. of North Texas was closer to where I live!