There is no highest level. You can always get a higher level of qualification and that won't prevent you from teaching maths.
Although minimum levels of qualification are desirable, these depend on the age group that is being taught. An A-level teacher will be expected to have a much higher qualification than someone teaching in an infant school.
No all you have to do is have or take a math class on accounting in high school or college.
Typically, it is a lower level math that usually will not exceed a college algebra.
It is typically a lower level math. Either a math concepts or finite math, or no more than a college algebra.
There are several different types of accounting and thus the math needed is different. You will have to read your course descriptions.
It depends on the department within the school. However, it is typically not a higher level math. It could be anything from finite math, to college algebra at the most. In either case, it is not a high level math.
Ummm just basic math skill is all that's needed. If you're up to a Middle School level at the highest, you can cook
It is not a high level math that is required for Early Childhood Education. However, I would suggest that you take nothing lower than College Algebra.Viper1
To become a math teacher you need to complete a bachelor degree program, and be licensed by their state. Private school math teachers need a Bachelors degree but do not have to be licensed..
Well it actually depends on the level of the grade. For example if the grade is 1st grade then the teacher will teach 1st grade math. If its 6th grade or 7th grade the teacher will probably start to teach algebra.