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Old 12-21-2018, 01:44 PM
 
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I would say reading would be your best bet. Even if you stay in the classroom, the information will be useful. I would not go the early childhood route at all. Here, pre-k teachers make close to minimum wage.

I'd wonder about the sustainability of a GT position. When I first started teaching 9 years ago, my district had a GT teacher, but it was literally one teacher for the entire district. Neither of the other two schools I've worked in have had GT teachers at all. Even if they're common in your area now, will that position be there to stay?

As far as an instructional coach, I don't know that any specific MA is required here. If you're truly interested in something like that, I'd ask someone in your district what the requirements are.
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