Thursday, January 24, 2013
Too many elementary education graduates in some states?
Though universities' economics departments preach the gospel of supply and demand, that principle is not always followed when it comes to their education departments.
Data, while imprecise, suggest that some states are producing far more new teachers at the elementary level than will be able to find jobs in their respective states—even as districts struggle to find enough recruits in other certification fields
. (Stephen Sawchuk at Education Week)
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