Advice on Teaching Career Path

ChrisTex

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I believe they are subject based. Some schools require it as an admission requirement and/or for a US teaching certificate.

I might take it, but it will depend on the school that I am looking at. Most of them are waiving this as a requirement though.
 
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William King

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You need to define what you mean by private school and what you consider high paying. There are two types private schools: International and National Plus.

Just to be pedantic, there is acutally no such designation, nor has there ever been.

There are;
1. National Schools
2. Embassy Schools
3. SPK Schools (basically everything else, including so called National Plus and International schools)
 

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