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RE: National Board of Professional Teaching Standards


From: jane mary (mjart49_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Nov 24 2002 - 16:11:22 PST

We have no monetary incentives in Pennsylvania to get Nationally certified. MJ

>Well - I received 30 hours grad credit above my masters - Rank I - so a pay
>increase there... and another 2 thousand -
>My sister-in-law and her husband (in SC) will see there family income go up
>$25,000 - count 'em - with the certification they received today ..... from
>state and district incentives - it varies - you can check the incentives by
>state, and the requirements on the web site
> > sorry to hear that you didn't the way, is there some kind of
> > incentive, monetary or otherwise, that would make anyone try to become
> > nationally certified? it sounds like a lot of work to do; just wondering
> > since I don't know a lot of people working for one. could you pass along
> > information on this regarding requirements, etc...? thanks and good luck
> > to you.
> >

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