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kimberlyh
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Joined: 2 years ago

Hello,

Thank you all so much for your opinions.
This message board has been extremely helpful in many ways. I have learned that I have a lot to learn!

I am looking for additional information about teaching.
I have been reading teaching posts all morning and I'm finding the conversation seems to center around the grammar of those asking a question.
--The search icon is not helpful if one must wade through seemingly endless opinions of those who are not directly involved with the teaching profession.
Sadly, I don't have the time to filter through so many negative thoughts.

Is there a teacher on this forum, or someone closely related to a teacher, who may be able to save me some time surfing this site?
--Any educated responses that aren't insulting or passive aggressive would be appreciated.

I have a BA in PSY and a Masters in Spec Ed.

Please be kind....

Thank you in advance!

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Alana33
Posts: 12155
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Expert
Joined: 7 years ago

Maybe these links will be of some help while you await a teacher response.

https://www2.ed.gov/about/contacts/state/vi.html

http://www.vide.vi

https://www.myviboe.com

https://m.facebook.com/myviboe

http://www.wgu.edu/wgu/tc_state_info/online_teaching_degree_virgin_islands

Good luck.

The VI always needs teachers but from what I've heard, over the years, the red tape can be daunting as well as the time it takes to get your NOPA to receive your first paycheck.

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SP1206
Posts: 37
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Advanced Member
Joined: 4 years ago

Hello,

I sent you a PM.

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meowruff
Posts: 347
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Advanced Member
Joined: 12 years ago

My husband and I are both teachers in the public school system here. Feel free to PM with any questions.

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dougtamjj
Posts: 2592
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Expert
Joined: 13 years ago

My husband and I are both teachers in the public school system here. Feel free to PM with any questions.

Our favorite teacher! JJ Says "Hi"

Tammy

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