I'm open to it, but right now I don't really know where to look for those jobs. Shouldn't that be the principal's responsibility? It's not like I took the job and failed on purpose you know. I was fairly upfront about my problems during the interview, and they still hired me. If they thought I could do the job, isn't that on them? It's not like I was a vet and killed someone's pet or was working as a nurse and made someone sick. I understand the gravity of messing up in those professions, and I would expect a proper mentorship program to be in place to keep those mistakes from happening. Doctors have to do residencies after all, so why not have something in place to make sure teachers have the training they need? It's fairly well known that a lot of teacher preparation programs don't really deliver what they promise, after all, so doesn't that make sense? That said, though, I'm grudgingly accepting that perhaps teaching, or at least what I've been trying to do, isn't for me. Way to make things way more complicated than they need to be, society. If there's truly no room for error, the teacher preparation programs should be required to make sure teachers know how to do the job before passing them. Thanks for the advice, but is there like a career counselor's forum or something someone could direct me to? These conversations, although truthful, are getting kind of discouraging.