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DeSantis’s Unusual Solution to a Teacher Shortage

The teacher shortage is no secret in America, with many seeking other forms of employment. Amid the growing problem, some high-ranking officials Tuesday proposed two vastly different solutions.

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DeSantis’s Unusual Solution to a Teacher Shortage
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    Why is There a Teacher Shortage?

    Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on Tuesday argued the nationwide teacher shortage can be addressed by giving educators more competitive salaries.

    Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on the growing teacher shortage: "We're at the doorstep of a crisis."

    Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on the growing teacher shortage: "We're at the doorstep of a crisis."

    DeSantis’s Unusual Solution

    Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), though, has a starkly different approach to addressing the teacher shortage. He is backing a plan to allow veterans to teach in classrooms without traditional credentials, while bashing those who receive teaching degrees.

    Gov. DeSantis (R-FL), in a very interesting approach to teacher shortage, bashes people who receive teaching degrees.

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