Impact of Minnesota law to lure new teachers still a bit of a mystery
ST. PAUL -- Professionals have a new pathway to become Minnesota teachers, but no one knows how many will take the new route.
A bill designed to lure math and science professionals, in particular, into the state schools became law Monday as Gov. Mark Dayton signed it alongside lawmakers from both parties.
House Education Chairman Pat Garofalo, R-Farmington, said that since school districts will decide who they hire, no one knows the impact of the new law.
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