Teachers Wanted - The dean of the University of North Carolina School of Education points to the strengthening U.S. economy and the erosion of teaching's image as a stable career. There's a growing sense, he says, that K-12 teachers simply have less control over their professional lives in an increasingly bitter, politicized environment.
Teacher Shortage may force to hire those just out of college with little experience or even out of Country. LINDA DARLING-HAMMOND, head of the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing, said the United States should plan more for teacher shortages. “Other nations create incentives and supports in order to be able to fill the needs in a much more deliberate and conscious way,”
How the Teacher Shortage Could Turn Into a Crisis
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