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From: Carla (
Subject:         Re: How to find Spanish students?
Date: October 3, 2008 at 7:05 am PST

In Reply to: How to find Spanish students? posted by Irela on September 30, 2008 at 7:57 pm:

wow. you have a lot to handle. where are the parents of this lovely, active, thriving child? about time they got off their duffs and did something to contribute. surely you can go through the courts and get them to do their job?

problem is, texas is like miami - everyone already speaks Spanish. maybe you should try teaching English as a second language, there might be more of a market for that.

you might try going through the local adult ed outlets; many community colleges offer "enrichment" classes and you do not have to be a qualified teacher - just send them a course description and sample syllabus, and you might be able to teach a non-credit adult ed class. Like the ones they have for adults, in money management or crafts or home auto repair or computers for dummies, or whatnot.
just a thought. Getting paid decently to teach kids is hard; you could freelance as a tutor for schoolkids, but tutoring services usually want you to have at least a college degree and often a teaching credential. you have a lot fewer hassles teaching adults.

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