Schools hope apprenticeships will alleviate teacher shortage

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Apprenticeships are common in fields like welding, plumbing and carpentry, but until recently, the federal government didn’t recognize teaching apprenticeships. Educators are now hoping that new federal funding, combined with experience from college programs, will open the floodgates to a new class of qualified, diverse teachers. Stephanie Sy reports from Dallas for our series, Rethinking College.

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