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Leaders respond to one teacher's perspective

The leaders of the Progressive Conservative and Liberal parties of Nova Scotia say more needs to be done to keep young teachers in the province.

Kate English says young teachers have to leave Nova Scotia if they want to find work

Darrell Dexter, Stephen McNeil and Jamie Baillie respond to the concerns of a young teacher struggling to find work in her home province. 6:58

The leaders of the Progressive Conservative and Liberal parties of Nova Scotia say more needs to be done to keep young teachers in the province.

The comments from Jamie Baillie and Stephen McNeil follow an essay by Kate English.

The aspiring teacher said she has no choice but to travel overseas in order to find work.

Meanwhile, New Democrat Leader Darrell Dexter said young teachers will fare better after baby boomers start to retire. 

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