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Old 01-14-2008, 10:14 AM
 
Location: Silver Spring, MD
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Hello all...

I'm in my 12th yr of teaching in the metro ATL area and its for a change of scenery. I have applied w/ the school system, however, I wanted to know (get a feel) for the better schools. I am an elementary teacher. It isn't just about me teaching in a better school, but I am also planning for the educational future of my young daughter.

disclaimer...I have worked in a bottom of the barrell school for my first 10 yrs, so I know what it is all about.

Also, I'm still torn from searching the forum about decent areas to live. I am a single mom of one and I can't afford to live as some may live. I just want a nice, clean, comfortable lifestyle. Is that too much to ask?

Thank you in advance!
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