Jul 16, 2015

Indiana schools see shortage of teacher applications - Houston Chronicle

(AP) — School districts across Indiana are having trouble finding people to fill open teaching positions as the number of first-time teacher licenses issued by the state has dropped by 63 percent in recent years. The dwindling pool of educators is raising alarm in some school districts as they struggle to fill open positions, especially in math, science and foreign languages. School leaders say...

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