Some Minnesota educators head west in search of jobs
Minnesota traditionally produces more teachers than it can absorb.
Now, the job market is made tighter by widespread layoffs due to low enrollments and the economic downturn.
"You've got a combination of laid-off teachers and new teachers that want to come into the work force. It makes it very difficult," said Charlie Kyte, executive director of the Minnesota Association of School Administrators.
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