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I'm rambling - back to the point, can one teach (part-time?) in the states on the basis of UK teaching experience, can one do it without a higher degree?

One of the profs I remember best at New Mexico State U. (Las Cruces, NM) was an old crusty Scot. Even though they say the language of math is universal, it was a trip to hear him teach the second semester of calculus (the harder one (for liberal arts majors) out of hard, harder, my head just exploded.) in a scottish accent: "So then, since sin x upon cos x is tan x..." He was there on some sort of exchange program. Speaking of a ramble...

I would think you can do it, (maybe not the calculus.)

Best luck, you'll LOVE New Mexico if you go.
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