How Montana is tackling the teacher shortage crisis in rural schools
Montana has faced a staggering teacher shortage for years, especially schools in rural areas and on Native American reservations. The pandemic brought new urgency and new ideas for how to ease the crisis, including a new program that hopes to inspire the next generation of teachers. Stan Parker reports for Montana PBS.
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