By Marty Nemko
The need for English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) teachers is growing. Immigration continues to jump while the alternative to ESL--bilingual education--has been largely outlawed by California voters. ESL teachers are hired by K-12 schools, community colleges, adult schools, and by corporations for their immigrant employees. A career as an ESL teacher is often gratifying because most students are motivated to learn the subject--unlike some subjects I can recall taking.What can you do today?
Visit the National Clearinghouse for ESL Literacy Education website.
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