Kansas examines answers to teacher shortage

01/8/2007 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

After losing many new teachers -- about 700 left in a four-year span -- Kansas' Board of Education is looking at new ways to hire and retain teachers. Successes and proposals include a fellowship program, which awards graduate degrees to people without teaching experience, and tuition reimbursement methods.

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