"It’s more than a trickle. I would say last year we started to hear that the teachers that had been laid off were being rehired. So that was their first group to go to. And then now that those positions are filled, retirements are starting to happen and jobs are opening up."
Cindy Grutzik, associate dean for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate programs at California State University, Long Beach, College of Education
Teacher credential programs that saw enrollment plummet during the recession predict a turnaround as more teachers get hired.