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GeismarGeauxer
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Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Assuming LSU up there? Who else?


GreatLakesTiger24
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
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Best colleges for elementary education in the state?

does it really matter?


NIH
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Just hope your daughter marries someone with a good job


TigerOnTheMountain
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Isn’t this sort of ULL’s thing?

No wonder our school system is so terrible.


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OWLFAN86
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
yes you can get an elementary education @ lsu that how you keep your athletes eligible

ZING!!!


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tigergirl10
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
The cheapest school available. Try a community college.


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Jim Rockford
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Northwestern was founded as the state teacher's college and education is still the major emphasis.


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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Elementary my dear?

Watson.


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tigergirl10
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Texas starts at 60k salary and LA 40k. There you go. Look at iteach Louisiana. Strictly online.


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Pedro
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
It’s elementary ed. It doesn’t really matter where you go.


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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
elementary education majors are often good wife material


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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
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elementary education majors are often good wife material
We’re having a smoker at the frat house this Friday.

There’s a raffle for one of those new-fangled DuMont TV sets.

You’re welcomed to come on by if your Studebaker will make her!

Ha Ha!


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slackster
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
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Best colleges for elementary education in the state?


Apparently the one I attended is dead last, because it took me about 5 readings of the OP to understand you were asking about a degree in elementary education.

I kept scratching my head trying to figure out where the typo must have been in your title or OP.
This post was edited on 1/13 at 9:53 pm


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bakersman
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Nsu and LC in pineville are solid teaching schools


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Auburn80
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
My daughter went to Longwood in Virginia. Very good teachers school if you have any desire to leave the state. Virginia has very good Universities beyond the 2 big ones.


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dgnx6
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
You can become a nurse at like delta College.

I'm sure you can become a teacher at the cheapest school.


Lawyered
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Hard hitting curriculum such as

“ arts and crafts for kindergartners “

and “games to play at recess “

Elementary ed is one of the easiest majors there is


lazy
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
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arts and crafts for kindergartners “


That world doesn't exist anymore. Im married to an early childhood education major and the complicated crap they have to deal with would make my brain explode.

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Elementary ed is one of the easiest majors there is


Maybe, but to be good at it takes a lot of study and hard work. And who wants to deal with 25 kids every day for 60k?


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Eat Your Crow
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
Illinois State University

Normal, IL


armsdealer
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re: Best colleges for elementary education in the state?
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You can become a nurse at like delta College.


Delta college charges poor girls $25k to become a Licensed Practical Nurse to make $14 an hour if they can find an LPN job. They could skip the "education" and make just as much working the register in the hospital cafeteria, have a better schedule and not have to clean shite. I am not even sure if even rural hospitals hire LPN's anymore.

Education in this country is a joke. The education of educators in this country is a bigger joke. Honestly education in this country at all levels is a joke. You can become an engineer getting 50% on your tests because they round that shite up to a 70 which is a C in Engineering but someone else fails out of a BSN program because you didn't make a 80% on a single test in the program so they have to repeat the semester because under an 80 is an F. Say you want to try a business degree after failing a couple semesters trying to be an engineer and have a 4.0 business GPA but a 1.9 GPA from you failed attempt at Engineering landing with a 2.9 overall. They won't let you IN business school because you were advised to take 18 hours including Calculus, Physics, Chemistry your first semester in school so you could be on track to double major in 3 years and didn't do well. Who the frick taught that adviser how to advise 17/18 year old KIDS if they come to that conclusion. frick the education system. You should be able to become an Engineer, Nurse, Accountant, Manager, etc. etc. without a 4 year university degree. I am not saying you don't need education, but a hybrid classroom/field apprenticeship would be way more beneficial than a Bachelors degree. It won't get better until we take the government out of the system and let the market reshape what kind of education system we need for a modern world.


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