Schools plan for unprecedented teacher shortages

As baby boomers begin to retire, young people look to better-paying fields and No Child Left Behind raises standards for new teachers, U.S. schools are facing unprecedented shortages of new educators. While some in Texas and Florida are competing for certified educators by increasing salaries, Baltimore is getting creative with a career high school that teaches students about teaching.

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