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La Cámara de Cuentas pide que se controle más a los docentes - Aragón - El Periódico de Aragón
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La Cámara de Cuentas pide que se controle más a los docentes - Aragón - El Periódico de Aragón

Terminaremos fichando. A lo mejor es lo que hace falta, pero no se….

Who Says Top Students Make The Best Employees? - All News Is Global

Every year the Texas Education Agency (TEA) submits a list of subject matter teacher shortage areas and a list of designated low-income schools to the U.S. Department of Education (USDE). Teachers with certain types of student loans may qualify for partial loan forgiveness, deferment or cancellation benefits.

Eligibility for these benefits depends on the type of loan the teacher has, the date of his/her first loan, and whether the teacher serves in a designated low-income school or subject matter teacher shortage area. 

Teacher Shortage Areas for the 2013-2014 School Year

  1. Bilingual/English as a Second Language
  2. Computer Science
  3. Languages Other Than English (Foreign Languages)
  4. Mathematics
  5. Science
  6. Special Education  

U.S. Department of Education - Teacher Shortage Areas Nationwide Listing 1990 thru 2014 (outside source)

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 An MBA Questions The Degree’s Worth | LinkedIn
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Mariana Zanetti had been working as a product manager for Shell in Buenos Aires when her husband got a promotion to a new job in Madrid. One of her colleagues, a Harvard Business School graduate, suggested that the Argentine native go to business school for her MBA while in Spain.
She took his advice, enrolling in the one-year MBA program at Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School In Madrid. Zanetti borrowed money from her family to pay for the degree. And when she graduated in 2003, it took her a full year before landing a job as a product manager for a Spanish version of Home Depot at exactly the same salary she was earning three years earlier without the MBA.
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 An MBA Questions The Degree’s Worth | LinkedIn

Mariana Zanetti had been working as a product manager for Shell in Buenos Aires when her husband got a promotion to a new job in Madrid. One of her colleagues, a Harvard Business School graduate, suggested that the Argentine native go to business school for her MBA while in Spain.

She took his advice, enrolling in the one-year MBA program at Instituto de Empresa (IE) Business School In Madrid. Zanetti borrowed money from her family to pay for the degree. And when she graduated in 2003, it took her a full year before landing a job as a product manager for a Spanish version of Home Depot at exactly the same salary she was earning three years earlier without the MBA.

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