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Getting a job
Posted: Jan 7, 2010 4:31 AM
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It's easy to fall into teaching - and a lot of people say that if you can't, then you should teach. This isn't right, though.

Sometimes you can go through the process of getting a PGCE, etc. and then starting work at an inner city school, or something you can work in a private school with simply a degree. Does anybody else think that there is more integrity in getting a PGCE and working at a state school, rather than working within the private sector?

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