Teaching in Florida

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  1. IloveSF

    IloveSF Rookie

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    Feb 21, 2017

    My mom's bosses told her (after we'd gotten back from a trip to Florida) that they like Iowa teachers down there. Is there any truth to that at all? Iowa sure doesn't seem to like their own locally-educated people. Plus, the governor here just took away the ability for unions representing public employees (aka, teachers) to have any bargaining rights outside of salary, so clearly, this state doesn't care about education or its educators anyway.

    I've looked into transferring my license, and it looks like it wouldn't be hard, but if Florida doesn't like out of staters, I'm not going to bother with anything.
     
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  3. swansong1

    swansong1 Virtuoso

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    Feb 22, 2017

    Florida hires people from everywhere. In many districts, hiring takes place all year because there are always jobs that need to be filled.
     
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  4. ktmiller222

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    Florida hires from every state. They need teachers---they are one of the few states that have teacher shortages!
     
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