An Assembly-approved bill to help military spouses with out-of-state teaching licenses find work in New Jersey has been advanced by a Senate panel. The legislation would require the State Board of Education to establish a procedure for the issuance of a temporary instructional certificate to a nonresident military spouse.
New Jersey will become the first East Coast state to address the shortage of science and math teachers by recruiting, training and funding people with strong backgrounds in those fields through a national fellowship program.
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