Teaching In A Small Community

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Teaching In A Small Community

Although, a K-12 degree doesn't require you teach in smaller communites, it can allow you the freedom to do so and meet an incredible group of people in the process. Small town America is slowly shrinking. With the introduction of the Internet, there are fewer areas of this country that are unreachable. Teaching in smaller towns and communities can offer a quieter and slower way of life. Students here are just as eager-to-learn as those you'll find in the larger cities, but may not have the same opportunities as more publicly funded school districts. This is the chance to broaden their horizons and open their eyes to possibilities outside the town's boarders, but it also may help them feel more secure in their quiet place of the world.

   

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