A special mentoring program is being proposed to alleviate a growing shortage of principals in Missouri’s public schools. The Legislature is being asked to approve it this year. Among those lining up behind the plan is the Missouri Council of School Administrators. It supports a plan that would let teachers leave the classroom to become temporary adminsitrators, giving them five years to get the certificate giving them permanent status.
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