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teaching high school maths in USA how? need information

teaching high school maths in USA how? need information

Old Mar 30th 2013, 8:15 pm
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Hi

I have a MSc in Financial Mathematics from a top London university and a BSc in Mathematics from another respected London university. I am considering applying to do a PGCE.

I am very interested in teaching in the USA. I would be more than happy to teach in innercity schools. I am not phased by anything like because I myself have grown up in London and am familiar with the attitude of the kids etc

ok so i know the I need a PGCE, like i said i have a MSc and BSc and i would like to teach and specialise in Maths.

to work in the USA is a NQT a requirement? also to make my goal a reality what do i need to do? what are the requirements? which states are better?

if anybody has any advice that could help me i would appreciate it. This is a serious goal of mine. I do not mind starting at the very bottom, I do not mind working hard provided I am able to work in the USA.

thank you for taking the time to read this message. I would like to start preparing now for what I need in the future to make everything smoother.

Thank you again.
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