From bus driver to science teacher

"Stepping Up for Students of Columbus Public Schools," a program funded by the Ohio Department of Education and the National Science Foundation, trains maintenance technicians, secretaries and other school system employees to become math and science teachers. The program aims to bring more minority educators to Columbus schools, where 62% of the students are black, compared with just 23% of teachers. ThisWeek (Columbus) (9/11)

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