Tuesday, September 04, 2007

It's Offical

I'm a student again.

5 comments:

Derek Elwell said...

Me too.

Starting in January. Good luck on your end.

Esther said...

Going for a Masters or teacher's certification? I wish you well.

catholicandgop said...

Certification. If I got the masters before I get a job and get tenured I hear it would be nearly impossible to get a job.

John said...

You mean, if you get a master's degree in teaching before you actually start teaching, it would be harder to get a job?

Is that because a master's degree commands a higher starting salary?

For a nation that desires the best teachers, the best educated and capable teachers, having a master's degree is a negative.

I find that shocking.

catholicandgop said...

So I hear. Lots of people have told me not to get the masters just for that reason - they have to pay you more and so it will be harder to get a job.

I'm not sure I could afford the whole masters, but at least I'd feel like I was really getting something out of the deal.

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