State regulations make it difficult for professionals to obtain licenses for long-term teaching

If Franklin students want to learn about engineering, they would benefit from getting their lessons from someone who has worked in the field.

Franklin Community High Schoool Principal Doug Harter wants his 1,700 students to start preparing earlier for careers in engineering, computer programing or other professions that require strong math and science skills.

To do that, he wants professionals who have worked in the fields to start teaching students and to train teachers the skills that are expected in these careers.

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