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April 09, 2018 Monday 02:45:21 PM IST
Shortage of Teachers World Wide: Students to fill up the Posts!

Nebraska: Global shortage of teachers is affecting the total education system. Universities across the world are searching for alternative solutions to solve the issue. Midland university (Nebraska, USA) has come up with a different solution to address this critical issue. The students of Midland University’s education program will be given a chance to teach in the district schools. This way, the aspiring educationists will get an opportunity to mingle with live classroom. This will also benefit the students who are in real need of tutors to cover up curricula.

Midland university is not the only one to follow this method. Different colleges and universities have already started to implement such temporary solutions. The education programme students will get experience certificate and will be given decent remuneration. 


(Source: fremonttribune.com)


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