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Understanding and Addressing Teacher Shortages in the United States

Abstract

"While anecdotal accounts of substantial teacher shortages are increasingly common, we present evidence that such shortages are not a general phenomenon but rather are highly concentrated by subject (e.g., mathematics, science, and special education) and in schools (e.g., those serving disadvantaged students) where hiring and retaining teachers are chronic problems. We discuss several promising, complementary approaches for addressing teacher shortages."

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