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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Praxis II Math for Middle School

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From: Jim <ernienelson@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2005082617:24:30
Subject: Re: Praxis II Math Exams



What state are you from?  That would be the difference. If you are to
be licensed eg. 5-9 and a district prefers you to teach 8th grade then
the 0061 would be necessary. Here is the way I would approach. Test in
0069 and receive the licensure. This way you are HQT.  In Ohio you
could be what is termed HQT in middle.  Then take the 0061 after you
receive the state licensure.  This is trmed partially hqt and it still
qualifies one to teach under NCLB criteria....   Jim

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