US national university for schoolteachers

October 5, 2007

John Edwards, a Democratic presidential hopeful, has proposed a national university to train schoolteachers in the US.

The institution - which he described as "a West Point for teachers", referring to the US Army's elite military academy - would take 1,000 top students a year and would waive tuition fees for those in schools and subject areas facing shortages.

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