Schools focus on rookie teachers

Schools in Arizona and across the country are beefing up training programs for first-year teachers in an attempt to boost retention rates. Patty Horn, executive director of the Arizona K-12 Center, says teaching is a unique profession because new teachers often are put into classrooms with 30 or more students with little training under their belts.

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