New Zealand principals say government to blame for teacher shortage

01/9/2003 | Stuff (New Zealand)

Schools in the country may suffer a debilitating shortage of teachers, especially in such subjects as math and science, as young teachers head to the U.K., the Post Primary Teachers Association has said. Although the government has known a demographic bulge would necessitate teacher recruitment, it acted too slowly, making the U.K. a more attractive option, principals say.

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