Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
February 21, 2013
Even if Milwaukee Public Schools hired every person who graduated from a Wisconsin college with a teaching certificate between last December and August, it still wouldn’t have enough qualified teachers to fill an onslaught of expected vacancies this fall, according to new details from the district.
Instead, the district may need to turn to alternative streams – including recruiting bilingual teachers in Puerto Rico and Spain and training math and science professionals to become teachers – to fill the gap, according to a two-year recruitment and training initiative announced Thursday.
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