Dot-Bomb To Schools' Gains

06/3/2002 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

California is setting up programs to attract laid-off dot-com and technology employees to the state's schools, a report says. Many of the former dot-commers have degrees in such subjects as math and science in which a shortage of teachers has traditionally existed.

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