What is a good job for a teacher who does not want to teach anymore?

I have been teaching for 11 years and am really disappointed with the way education is going. I have a Bachelors in Psychology, Masters in Elementary Ed, and another masters in Education leadership. I DO NOT want to be a principal and I cannot afford to go back to school now. What jobs can I do other than typical classroom teaching. Salary is not a concern.

Asked By: kimmy - 6/21/2012
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With an education degree, you could try to go into Human Resources, or some job where you can teach adults in a professional setting outside of a classroom. You could also work work on the curriculum for the school systems, which could be research, writing, or testing. After school programs or childcare (as a director... More
Answered By: Amber H - 6/21/2012
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Can't you be a mentor for the preparation of teachers in a university, or a supervisor perhaps. You can also give workshops and come up with your own business. God bless.
Answered By: Mayi - 6/21/2012
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