Arizona public schools soon will get 200 new teachers as part of a new scholarship program that promises recipients free tuition at one of the state’s three public universities for every year they teach in the state.

The scholarship program, the Arizona Teachers Academy, is one of the initiatives Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey proposed in January to help address a persisting statewide shortage of qualified teachers.

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  1. My son wants to be a Teacher and attend NAU how can he apply for your program to help him financially I am on disability help you could provide would greatly be appreciated.

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