The basics on resigning?

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The basics on resigning?
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Mon, 01-03-2011 - 5:40pm

I'm prepping for the time I'll be submitting my resignation, whether I have a new job already lined up or not.

I keep getting conflicting advice as to how to write the letter. I know there are many of you on here who have experience and could provide me with some basics on it.

Also, if I resign my position, will they still pay the length of my contract? I would basically be stating that I will not return to teach in the fall.

  "Aut dosce, aut disce, aut discede"

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Thu, 01-13-2011 - 8:09pm
He teaches for two different schools, Everest and The Allen School. I think the degrees they confer are mostly Associates and for one of the schools, he teaches very basic classes like Career Success. Even though he is the IT director for an entire school district, they won't let him teach a technology course because his MA is in educational technology not computers. It's pretty silly, if you ask me because the classes are not all that demanding but, they have their standards I guess. My friend used to teach for Argosy University but they wanted her to teach more than she could handle because she has a regular full time job so she stopped working for them.
I've not heard from either of the places in which I interviewed, not even a rejection letter, although I'm sure I didn't get either job. Some places are so rude! I recently applied for an online library position at a university in Ohio and I live in New England. It's totally online. It's very intriguing. I e-mailed my resume to them and I haven't even gotten an acknowledgment. I called them the other day and the personnel person wasn't in, of course. My next attempt at finding a job entails me applying for a library assistant position at a community college which I am way over qualified for, as a way to get my foot in the door of higher ed. Thanks for asking about my progress.

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