Evelia Garcilazo, a student teacher in the second-grade classroom of teacher Susanne Diaz at Richland’s Marcus Whitman Elementary School, goes over lessons with students. Garcilazo and other student teachers are already being courted by districts for full-time teaching jobs next fall, as are college graduates who don’t have a teaching degree but are interested in working in classrooms.
Evelia Garcilazo, a student teacher in the second-grade classroom of teacher Susanne Diaz at Richland’s Marcus Whitman Elementary School, goes over lessons with students. Garcilazo and other student teachers are already being courted by districts for full-time teaching jobs next fall, as are college graduates who don’t have a teaching degree but are interested in working in classrooms. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald
Evelia Garcilazo, a student teacher in the second-grade classroom of teacher Susanne Diaz at Richland’s Marcus Whitman Elementary School, goes over lessons with students. Garcilazo and other student teachers are already being courted by districts for full-time teaching jobs next fall, as are college graduates who don’t have a teaching degree but are interested in working in classrooms. Ty Beaver Tri-City Herald

Teaching degrees now preferred, not required as Mid-Columbia schools hunt for help

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