Nashville, Tenn., works to draw teachers to urban middle schools

Nashville schools and Vanderbilt University in Tennessee are teaming up to improve teacher quality in struggling schools by waiving tuition fees for master's degrees if teachers agree to work in urban middle schools for at least five years. The program is expected to graduate 48 teachers over the next three years, but officials say they hope to continue the program beyond the three-year contract.

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