Connecticut short on faculty as nursing programs expand

07/15/2008 | Hartford Business Journal (Conn.)

Nursing schools in Connecticut are trying to answer the shortage of nurses by expanding programs to accommodate more students, but are having trouble finding enough faculty to teach the additional courses, partly because retiring nurses are not being replaced. Other challenges include a lack of classroom and hospital space to accommodate nursing students.

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