Country facing critical shortage of science, math teachers

12/28/2008 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Officials estimate that 200,000 more science and math teachers will be needed in the next decade, and many districts currently confront shortages. Schools looking to recruit science and math teachers have implemented more mentoring programs for new teachers and added salary incentives, and President-elect Barack Obama has said he hopes to recruit more teachers by offering additional scholarships.

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