seinfeld74 Posted June 18, 2013 Share Posted June 18, 2013 (edited) Hey everyone, I have a question for the education folks on this forum. I am going to be a college senior in the fall. I will graduate with a Bachelor of Music, BA in Public Policy and history minor. One idea I've thrown around for after college is to become a high school social studies teacher (I've done some music teaching in the past few years, and while I enjoy teaching, I am not really interested in doing music education). I'm looking for a program where I won't be judged on my lack of BA in History (I have enough college coursework in econ/poli sci/public policy/history to meet most states' licensure requirements for high school social studies teachers) and that will allow me to get inside the classroom/learn how to teach. The program doesn't have to yield a degree. I was wondering if people know of programs that would be suited for me. I've been doing some research and I've come across three programs: -Boston Teacher Residency -Harvard Teacher Education Program -Teach for America Are there any similar programs/advice for me about getting from point a to point b here? Thanks!! Edited June 18, 2013 by seinfeld74 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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