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Educator Bill Passes Legislature

(Salem, OR) -- Special education teachers in Oregon will get a pay bump under a bill passed by the legislature. The bill's goal is to improve K-through-12 educator workforce needs. It will also allow retired teachers to convert to substitute licenses for free, it establishes apprenticeship and mentorship grants to help Oregonians become teachers and sets minimum hours for teachers working with special needs students. The bill now heads to the Governor's desk.

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