To go back to school! I have my MA in Curric. and Instruction, K-12 SpEd., K-12 V.I. I want to do less classroom and more intinerant/small group work. While looking for another job, I came across a school in my larger metropolitan area that caters to refugees and students who have very limited English skills. I am very intrigued by the set-up of the school. I am looking into getting my TESOL license and possibly reaching out to the school admin. for more information about the school, etc. I figured making a connection somewhere won't hurt. Anyone on here have their TESOL license or can provide insight/guidance on obtaining it? There are absolutely no guarantees anywhere that I would even get hired or employed at the school, but it has piqued my curiosity of the wide range of students to teach.