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Becoming a teacher just got a little bit easier for local students.
Starting this fall, the Jefferson Community and Technical College Shelby County campus will offer courses in education instruction.
Dr. John Wieland, campus director, said the campus added the classes in order to give students more options on their path to becoming a classroom teacher.
"The fact that we are offering this opportunity will allow some folks in the community to pursue a career as a teacher," he said.
These courses will help "jump start" the students' credit hours, he said.
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