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Expanding upon my comments to the question, now that I have time to: All of the courses you listed as looking at are ones that I think every high school math teacher should take and be exposed to. Calculus and Statistics are also courses that you may very well be expected to teach at the high school level, so these make the most sense of your list to take ...


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I got my NYS certification in Math 7-12 and Generalist Special Education 7-12 (with the grades 5-6 extension in both) about two and a half years ago. The test you are describing is what Sue's website calls the Content Specialty Test in Mathematics. (I also know it by that name, and didn't realize that the name had changed.) Your basic coursework will ...


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If you want to teach high school math, then of course you'll need to know high school math. And if you want to get a teaching credential, you'll need to take whatever courses your state says are necessary. Beyond that, it's just a matter of getting a deeper understanding of the material, rather than just knowing enough go through the steps. Real Analysis ...


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You want to be a high school math teacher in the state of New York. I searched on "high school math teacher new york state requirements", and found this site. I'm a bit leery of this site, because I can't tell who is responsible for it. But the information seems reasonable. You will want to talk to someone at a teacher preparation program. (This ...


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