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Finding Alternate Routes in Education

The business world offers many different opportunities for former teachers and educational personnel.

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Common Paths in Education

Interested in a career in education? Find out more about common career paths in the education industry.

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Shaking Things Up in Education

Twenty-somethings are focused on increasing teacher salaries and improving access to higher education.

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Education Industry Overview

From a simple numbers perspective, education is one of the largest industries in America today. This shouldn't be surprising -- currently as many as one out of every four Americans attends some educational program, be it kindergarten, college or mid-career training. To cater to this spectacular demand, the industry employs millions of people in teaching, counseling, administration, and many other roles.

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Education Jobs for the Non-Certified

Interested in teaching but lack certification? There are plenty of non-certified positions available too.

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New Ideas About Education Are Setting the Stage for Change

The education industry is in the middle of an unprecedented boom, which is helping build a new image for the teaching profession and create a tremendous diversity of exciting career opportunities both at home and abroad.

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Pursuing Entry Level Jobs in Education

What positions can you get right out of college with only a bachelor's degree? What are their corresponding salaries, roles, and responsibilities?

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What Teachers Wish They Could Change About the Job

Education professionals speak candidly about the challenges of low pay and high responsibility.

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Public Administration Schools - A Good Career Choice

Public Administration Schools prepare students to handle finances, carry out social programs, and prepare grants for funding of government and educational institutions.

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Talk the Talk of a Teacher

Here's a list of ten education industry-specific terms that might help you understand what everyone is talking about at school.

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Will you love teaching? Here's what teachers say

We asked education professionals to speak candidly about life in the industry. One point they all agreed on: teachers love knowing that they can make a difference in a student's life--both in and out of the classroom

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Certified Entry Level Teaching Areas

Three areas for certified grads interested in teaching.

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How to succeed at long-distance Learning

There are both advantages and disadvantages of online courses. We are in a whole new era of learning where everything is available on the internet. Although it is a rich source of knowledge, online learning is not for everyone.

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Expeditionary Learning

Interested in using your creativity to encourage children to fully explore lessons and ideas outside of normal weekly lesson plans?

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What if They Won't Listen to Me?

As students, we've all spent plenty of time in the classroom. But being on the "other side" of the desk is a whole different ball game.

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Moving up the Academic Ranks

Teachers who want to take on more responsibility will find that advanced and/or specialized degrees are often required.

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A Day in the Life of a Teacher

What's the day-to-day like for a teacher? How about earnings and job outlook? We've assembled them here.

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What you can learn from hanging in there

Camille's experience in the Teach for America program has taught her a lot about perseverance and its value - both for herself and her students.

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The Educator's Toolkit

Want to be the most well informed teaching candidate? Put these resources on your bookshelf.

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What Teachers Do Every Day

Today's teachers describe how they spend their time everyday.

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Rising Stars: Becoming a Better Teacher All the Time

When her plans for a fellowship abroad fell through, Eleni felt she was destined to become a teacher. One school took a chance and found a teacher who marvels at the development of her students.

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Teaching English as a Foreign Language

Prepare yourself for the challenges of introducing your students to a whole new world.

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'Round the Clock: The Schedule of an Educator

If you hate the prospect of begging your boss for more time off in the summer, you might relish the schedule of an educator. On the other hand, be prepared to dedicate yourself 24/7 during the school year.

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Perspective: the Good Samaritan Gets Paid

You want to change the world, but you've heard that the going rate is less than your senior year's tuition. Good news- you don't have to take a vow of lifelong poverty to build a career around a worthy cause.

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A First-Year Teacher's Survival Guide

Being a first-year teacher is anything but a sit-back-with-your-feet-up job. To help you through, we collected tips from teachers who survived their first year in the classroom - and who are wiser for the wear.

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Career for a Year: Teaching Abroad

Looking for an entry-level job that involves hiking in the Andes? Here's what it takes to land a position teaching abroad.

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Rising Stars: Putting the Edge in Special Education

Graduating with a double major in artistic fields, Jenny left her Midwestern roots to experience the double duty of grad school and a full time job in New York City. Now in her last year as a New York Teaching Fellow, she says, "I like the special ed population. They're so hard to work with, but there's something about them."

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