Struggling San Francisco-area schools attract qualified teachers

09/5/2003 | Contra Costa Times (Walnut Creek, Calif.)

Principal Harriet MacLean of Helms Middle School in San Pablo, Calif., says her staffing is "very stable this year," thanks to a sluggish economy and state efforts to provide high-poverty schools with credentialed teachers. Incentive programs that forgive student loans and pay bonuses are helping low-performing schools attract good teachers.

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