"A child's learning is the funtion more of the characteristics of his classmates than those of the teacher." James Coleman, 1972

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Western Governors University's Path to Becoming a Teacher in NJ


The Christmas gift that keeps on giving. Teaching jobs abound in New Jersey.

Western Governors University is recruiting heavily for part time adjuncts in New Jersey to stay in their pajamas and conduct on line courses for NCATE approved "evaluations." If you are looking for a job as a data evaluator, with no benefits, no job security and no office, then this is for you.

Now that they are dismantling teacher unions and public schools, it's a free for all. Just sign up, pay some money, take some on line courses and you are sure to be an 
"effective" teacher. Just follow the script. You'll do fine.


With experienced educators being fired or fleeing to save their souls, the demand is huge for anyone interested in working in public schools that have been taken over by corporations, i.e., Common Core via PARCC, Pearson and Achieve 3000.

No need to study the history or philosophy of education, curriculum methodology, psychology or subject content, it's as easy as clicking a few buttons.

NCATE Accreditation

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WGU is the first exclusively online university to receive NCATE accreditation for its degree programs that lead to teacher licensure, a testament to the fact that WGU graduates "have the knowledge and skills to be effective in helping all students learn."

Change Lives with an OnlineTeaching Degree Program

WGU offers challenging online teaching degree programs for both current and aspiring teachers. Because WGU is a nonprofit, online university founded and supported by the governors of 19 U.S. states, you'll benefit from both superior online degree programs and lower tuition.
WGU’s programs are designed to produce highly competent teachers because our degrees are aligned specifically with state standards throughout the country.






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