Bush plan to bring scientists, engineers to schools still in the works

02/28/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Businesses and school districts say President George W. Bush's plan to create an Adjunct Teacher Corps of scientists and engineers could help ease a national shortage of math and science teachers, but many educators worry about the adjuncts' ability to teach their subject and manage a classroom. Details of the adjuncts' training, pay and working hours are still pending, says a U.S. Department of Education official.

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