Bill would give prospective teachers more classroom time

The U.S. Senate's education committee has approved legislation designed to encourage teacher colleges to provide prospective educators with more classroom time with effective mentor teachers in high-need schools. If students agree to teach in such a district for at least three years, they would be paid a living-expenses stipend.

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