Legislation Addresses Teacher Shortages

Legislation Addresses Teacher Shortages


Under the [proposed federal] legislation, school districts can apply to fund numerous initiatives including teacher residency, mentorship, licensing, tuition assistance, and other professional development programs. The legislation also provides additional staffing resources at the Department of Education to help under-resourced districts apply for grants and formally recognizes teaching as a part of career and technical education. (Marshall Independent, Oct. 4)

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