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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: How do you become a math teacher?

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From: Michael Sakowski 
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007102507:19:35
Subject: Re: how to become a math teacher in elementary school or junior high?

To teach math in a public elementary school, you generally need to
teach all other subjects as well and need a K-6 License which is
commonly known as an "Elementary Ed Degree". In a private school you
may not need the license although it is usually preferred.

To teach math in a middle school, you generally need a Teaching
Secondary Math degree. This requires calculus and a few courses 
beyond calculus as well as some education courses.




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