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What Future Retirement Opportunities Are There?

Discussion in 'Career clinic' started by jcordle, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. jcordle

    jcordle New commenter

    I am approaching retirement but still have the desire to work in education. My educational credentials;
    • K-12 Special Education
    • M.S. Vocational Special Needs
    • Graduate endorsements:
      • K-12 Reading
      • Educational Media.
    I am looking for advice on how to use my 30 + years of teaching and education differently than in the classroom? I've taught in multiple subject areas with a wide variety of student needs from students with severe/profound to high ability learners. I work in a high poverty/minority school in the United States in a rural community in Nebraska. My town is 60,000 and has little opportunities to use my skillset.
    Any suggestion on how to best use my education and experience while still serving students?
     
  2. newromantic

    newromantic Occasional commenter

    I have friends with a similar background who have made a good living out of tutoring. Flexible hours and you can choose where and when you work. Good luck.
     

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