Is a master's degree requirement causing a teacher shortage in Md.?

09/8/2013 | Baltimore Sun, The

A study by the Calvert Institute for Policy Research says that a Maryland policy requiring teachers to have a master's degree or the equivalent in college coursework is causing shortages among science, math and special-education teachers. Some local districts dispute that finding, arguing they have few openings in these areas, and the overall demand for teachers has dropped in the state.

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