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The Connecticut State Department of Education launches TEACH Connecticut, an ad campaign to attract diverse, talented people to the teaching profession.
The Connecticut State Department of Education is teaming up with TEACH.org to attract a more diverse and talented teaching pool.
North Branford High School teacher, Lauren Danner was on Good Morning Connecticut at Nine to talk about Troops to Teachers and TEACH Connecticut.
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