South-west principal says free degrees will boost teacher numbers

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Updated September 12 2023 - 2:10pm, first published 2:00pm
Cobden Technical School principal Rohan Keert has welcomed free secondary teaching degrees to help boost educator numbers. He is pictured with students Olivia Benson and Zac Stevens and Polwarth Labor candidate Hutch Hussein in 2020 upon hearing the school would receive $6.6m funding to upgrade a 50-year-old building.
Cobden Technical School principal Rohan Keert has welcomed free secondary teaching degrees to help boost educator numbers. He is pictured with students Olivia Benson and Zac Stevens and Polwarth Labor candidate Hutch Hussein in 2020 upon hearing the school would receive $6.6m funding to upgrade a 50-year-old building.

A south-west principal says free secondary teaching degrees are welcome news and will help boost educator numbers as schools experience "unprecedented" staff shortages.

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