"Cover Story" piece on the University of Southern Maine's new graduate-level tea
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"Cover Story" piece on the University of Southern Maine's new graduate-level teaching program, Newcomers Entering Teaching (NET), a joint effort of the Portland school system and the university's College of Education and Human Development. NET's purpose is to help students overcome the barriers that have prevented many educated immigrants and refugees from finding jobs teaching in Portland schools, and to help Portland school administrators hire more minority teachers. Currently, there are more than 1,000 students from foreign countries in the school system, yet the administration estimates that of 700 teachers, 698 are white. With special focus on NET students Ina Demers, 51, a native of Middle Java, Indonesia, and Ahmed Hassan, 50, a native of Somalia.
Newcomers Entering Teachng program, Teacher -- Education, Teachers
Wendall, Mary Lou, ""Cover Story" piece on the University of Southern Maine's new graduate-level tea" (2000). Maine News Index – Casco Bay Weekly. 3774.
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