Maine schools are struggling with a shortage of teachers, particularly for areas such as Special Ed and world languages. How do we compare with other states? Why aren’t there enough qualified teachers to meet the demand, and what's being done about it? Some districts have found creative solutions to fill the need.
Guests: Catharine Biddle, Assistant Professor of Educational Leadership, University of Maine College of Education and Human Development
Lois Kilby-Chesley, President, Maine Education Association
Barbara Slote, Grade 7 Language Arts Teacher, Westbrook Middle School