Governor: Scholarships, higher salaries might alleviate teacher shortage

07/23/2008 | Sioux City Journal (Iowa)

South Dakota schools need more math, science, music and special-education teachers, and the state's governor wants to use scholarships to encourage undergraduates to specialize in those fields. The legislature may also be willing to boost salaries for teachers in those fields, Gov. Mike Rounds told superintendents.

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