State Releases Teacher Shortage Areas for 2013-2014
Every fall the Connecticut State Department of Education surveys public school districts to determine teacher shortage areas. Educators
working under an endorsement that is considered a shortage area may be eligible for certain benefits such as loan forgiveness and mortgage
The State Department of Education recently released the Certification Shortage Areas for 2013-14, which are as follows:
- bilingual education, PK-12
- comprehensive special education, K-12
- intermediate administrator
- remedial reading and language arts, 1-12
- speech and language pathologist
- world languages, 7-12
- hearing impaired, PK-12
- school and library specialist
Read the data bulletin on teacher shortage areas for 2013-2014
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