Highly Qualified?

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  1. OneBerry

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    Aug 10, 2012

    How do I know if I am highly qualified as a teacher? For context, I recently moved out of state. I am certified in Ohio and waiting on my Indiana certification to come through, but I have been teaching in Ohio for 2 years. I found a posting for a "Highly Qualified Instructional Assistant" and while I feel like I'm highly qualified - don't we all :| - I'm not sure whether I am, technically, or not!
     
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    You are not highly qualified unless you are certified in that state and your certification is in the subject area to which you are applying. At this time, you would not be considered highly qualified. However, do not let that stop you from applying. You should get your certification soon and you can explain to the P that you are in the process of becoming highly qualified in the state of Indiana. Hope that helps!
     
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    Aug 14, 2012

    Thank you!
     

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