[nobe-l] Early childhood education or elementary education

Judy Jones sonshines59 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 1 20:09:01 UTC 2017

I really don't think it matters when you get your degree, as long as you are
going after it to meet life's goals.  Many people go after a degree once
they have raised a family, then start to work, so don't feel bummed out
about the age.

I'm not sure about this, and others can correct me, but you might have more
job possibilities with a bachelor's in elementary education.  However, I am
not sure about this, and you may wish to stick with the younger ones if that
is your preference.  It depends on which age range you feel most comfortable
working with.


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From: NOBE-L [mailto:nobe-l-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Kayla James via
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Subject: [nobe-l] Early childhood education or elementary education

I am still trying to decide between which bachelors to get. I have it in
early childhood or elementary education that one. What I wanted to know is,
why did the kids have afterschool programs? And if you want to teach in
those after school programs, do you need an elementary education degree or
early childhood?  Sorry, I meant to say daycare's. 
 I also wanted to update everyone on this list. I will be volunteering in a
Christian school for their summer program. I am very excited.  I also intend
to write over the summer, but I decided that if I choose teaching as a
career, I could work with children and still write on the side.  
I also wanted to know has anyone gotten their degree later on in life? I
will be getting mine either at age 27 or 28. Feeling kind of low about that.
Thanks, guys.

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