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Old 11-05-2009, 11:10 AM
 
Location: San Diego, CA
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Certainly this has been asked before but I searched and was not able to come up with an answer other than maybe.
My wife's credential is in cross-cultural education and she is a Master teacher here in San Diego. She has taught Spanish as advanced as 7-8 to high school students.
She also built a program at an independent learning site for San Diego Unified into that site's most popular elective.
If we move to the Fort Collins area would she be better off pursuing a CO credential if the CA credential is non-transferable or possibly tutoring those struggling university students that just have to have a passing grade.
She will not have the financial need to work full time.
mil gracias
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Old 11-05-2009, 11:49 AM
 
Location: Bend, OR
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Certainly this has been asked before but I searched and was not able to come up with an answer other than maybe.
My wife's credential is in cross-cultural education and she is a Master teacher here in San Diego. She has taught Spanish as advanced as 7-8 to high school students.
She also built a program at an independent learning site for San Diego Unified into that site's most popular elective.
If we move to the Fort Collins area would she be better off pursuing a CO credential if the CA credential is non-transferable or possibly tutoring those struggling university students that just have to have a passing grade.
She will not have the financial need to work full time.
mil gracias
I don't think she will have a problem obtaining her CO teaching license coming from CA. My aunt just moved to CO from CA, and because CA has one of the toughest licensure standards, she was golden. In fact, she was hired on the spot at her first interview because she held a CA teaching license.

Take a look at the Colorado Dept. of Edu. website to see licensing standards. If she's taught for a while in CA, like my aunt did, I bet it will just be some paperwork and a license fee.
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Old 11-05-2009, 01:15 PM
 
Location: San Diego, CA
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Thank you delta07.
I have heard anecdotal evidence to this but I figured I would throw it out here since there seems to be such a wealth of knowledge from participants of this forum.
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