Thursday, September 18, 2008

Southern district looks abroad to fill teaching vacancies

After The Washington Post's story, The New York Times has something on the Filipino teachers. And CNN's story is coming up too.

A rural Alabama school system last year hired a dozen Filipino teachers for hard-to-fill jobs like special education, math and science, raising some concerns in the mostly white community. But students have quickly become staunch defenders of their foreign-born teachers. The New York Times/Associated Press

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