Arizona Teachers Academy addresses local teacher shortage

The Arizona Teachers Academy was created in 2017 to help ease Arizona’s teacher shortage. Enrollment in the academy more than doubled to 464 students in the latest school year, helping to ease the teacher shortage in our state. We’ll hear more about the academy from Arizona Board of Regents member Fred DuVal.

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