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Same boat
Old 05-22-2015, 08:08 PM
 
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I'm in the same boat. I have not told my principal I am applying for jobs. I'm only applying for jobs that are in education but different from classroom teaching (interventionist, instructional coach, etc.).

I'm planning on not saying anything until I get an interview or it's time for them to contact my employer. I already have school references from colleagues I trust to get my foot in the door. When it's time to contact my current administrator, I'm going to tell her that that particular position is something I really want to try and learn more about it, and when it came up, I couldn't pass up the chance to apply, or I'd always be wondering, but that I didn't say anything because I didn't want to waste her time when I thought it was going to be a long shot since I don't have any official experience in that job. Something to that effect, anyway. Something to the effect of how it was a dream job but a long shot because I lacked something (Master's, experience, am young, etc.). That would explain my reasoning for not telling her. I'm hoping she'll understand the wanting to try for it since it was something I was highly interested in.
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