I teach high school. I have the most random collection of areas of licensure imaginable: Latin, Driver Ed, Computer Literacy, Computer Applications, TESL. I am starting to feel like it might be time for a change, or at least that a change might be coming within the next five years. I'm not sure exactly what form that change will take, but it could be any number of things, including me moving out of the classroom (into a specialist, counselor, or admin position), me moving to a new school, or me moving to a new district/state. Because my license is so strangely limited, I know that I will likely need to add something in order to make myself more marketable and eligible to move into something different. The thing is that I really don't know what subject/area I should do. My problem is that what I really want (library) seems to be getting cut left and right all over the map. I hate to invest time and energy into a LIS masters degree just to never be able to use it, you know? I enjoy English, but I do not want to deal with all the testing and scrutiny that comes with it. I enjoy Social Studies, but we all know how saturated that field is. I am not opposed to certain admin positions, but I'd prefer one at the central office rather than at a school. I think I may enjoy counseling as far as actually counseling students, but I hate (hate, hate, hate) schedules, transcripts, and all that sort of paperwork. Where does this leave me? Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to suggest a subject/area/degree for me and convince me as to why it would be my best option. I will consider anything and everything at this point.