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shortage of classics teachers?

Discussion in 'Classics' started by lemoni122, Jun 9, 2012.

  1. lemoni122

    lemoni122 New commenter

    About 70 retiring each year; only about 30 are being trained. Q.E.D.
  2. andromache

    andromache New commenter

    There's a good article about this in the last or last-but-one JACT journal. Doesn't seem to be available online, but I'd be happy to photocopy and send to anyone interested.

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