While Maine is projected to have the sharpest overall decline in school enrollment in the Northeast over the next decade, the state still offers many opportunities for future teachers, according to a University of Maine researcher. About one-third of the state's current teachers will be retiring during that time period, and high school enrollment is projected to increase, says Walter McIntire, director of the Center for Research and Evaluation at the UMaine College of Education.
Hyatt, Kay, "Maine's Declining School Enrollment Picture Not All Bleak for Future Teachers, Says Researcher" (1996). General University of Maine Publications. 1790.
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