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How to Address the Kansas Teacher Shortage

The state of Kansas needs more teachers. And universities are trying to recruit more students to pursue careers in that field. But will it be enough? As someone who spent decades teaching -- and training others how to teach --  Commentator John Richard Schrock has a few suggestions for recruiting the next generation of Kansas educators.


Commentator John Richard Schrock is a retired teacher. He's also professor emeritus at Emporia State University, where he trained generations of teachers. He lives in Emporia.
 

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