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From: Fields, Linda (fieldsl_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Aug 09 2001 - 10:58:24 PDT

I'll answer your last question first-probably only the personal
satisfaction. However, with that, my caveat would be to try it only if you
don't have young children at home. It is a fairly tedious and grueling
experience. Second??-my understanding is that many states will honor it as a
reciprocity license. I would check with NBPTS or individual states to be
sure. Linda in NC

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> Subject: Re: NBC
> This may seem like a silly question...but getting the National Board
> Certification does nto certify you to teach in every state? I had never
> thought about it before...but...any thoughts? Also any thoughts on why or
> why not to go through all the work when there is no pay increase and no
> professional recognition at the district level for completing and passing.
> Any thoughts? Just wondering as I am hoping to do it this year also. ---