Report examines how states can solve teacher shortages

Most states have been struggling to address teacher shortages for several years now, often filling the vacuum with unprepared teachers who aren’t able to give children the high-quality learning they need and who leave at two to three times the rate of well-prepared teachers.
Most often, these teachers are hired in schools serving students of color and those from low-income families. Governors and legislators in many of these states are now working to turn the tide, according to a new report from...

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