Continuing in the future

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Teaching is one of the most rewarding professions since then, better than other professions, I believe. The root is, professionals won't exist if teachers did not impart their knowledge to them.

My mother was a teacher before she decided to have kids. As inspired as I was, I took an education-related degree  and  did impart a portion of what I learned to my students during my teaching days. Indeed, teaching  innocent kids was a very fulfilling job. Til now, I still reminisce those days. It makes me smile and think of the past especially when my former students recognize or remember me as Teacher Lira.

My education is essential to me. There is no better thing to do than to take it  a   step  higher and learn the newest essentials of teaching. Continuing education is part of my plan in the near future. Once my 'lil one starts schooling and my resources are fair enough to support my education, I will pursue my dream and enroll at The USC Rossier School of Education’s MAT@USC to take Master of Arts in Teaching online.   I opt the school because of its reputation being ranked #22 in the United States, and #9 among all private universities by US News and World Report ; an internationally renowned research institution with a 100-year history of educating teachers ; has a recognized faculty members ; full benefits for students and alumni ; and tuition reimbursement program exclusively for MAT@USC graduates. All these persuaded me to become one of the USC Trojan Family in the years to come. Requesting for the school's program information needs to be done prior to taking a new move.

Like my online pal who is going back to school come fall, I also want my dream come to happen.

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