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Old 07-16-2009, 07:11 AM
 
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Hi - new to this forum and seeking much needed advice!

I am a science teacher, but did my degree and teacher training in the UK. I have over 5 years teaching experience in the UK at high school level, and taught in Duplin Co., NC, for a year.

I am currently living in the UK with my husband but we are emigrating to (hopefully NC) in July 2010. After reading a few threads regarding the job situation I wanted a few opinions on my chances of getting a teaching job whilst still living in the UK.

A few points: I teach all science subjects. My first degree is in Chemistry with an post-grad in teaching. As I worked in NC before I have a current 5 year teaching licence.

Really I want to know if the schools are going to be put off by the fact that I am not currently resident in the US.

Advice, please?!
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