Educating teachers is a shrinking business

Updated at 2:41 p.m.

SUBSTITUTE TEACHER: Meghan M. Hill recently graduated from Rhode Island College’s education program and began a six-month substitute teaching position at RIC’s on-campus Henry Barnard Elementary School in January. /PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SUBSTITUTE TEACHER: Meghan M. Hill recently graduated from Rhode Island College’s education program and began a six-month substitute teaching position at RIC’s on-campus Henry Barnard Elementary School in January. /PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Meghan M. Hill wanted to be a teacher since she was in the fourth grade. Of her chosen career path, the 23-year-old Scituate native said: “No two days are the same. … Building relationships with the students is rewarding, [especially] seeing how they grow and knowing you’re part of that.” (Editor’s note: This is the…

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