Shortage of science, math teachers may be retention problem

It's the rapid loss of existing math and science teachers -- not difficulty in recruiting -- that may be creating the shortage of such educators, according to two University of Pennsylvania researchers using data from nearly a decade ago. Colleges are producing more than twice as many science and math students interested in teaching as schools require, the researchers say, but far more educators in those fields leave teaching every year.

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