Neil Gahagan, left, acts out a scene from the reading his fourth graders are doing in their class at Gateway Elementary School last week in Fort Myers. Gahagan was a successful businessman before deciding to make a career change in to teaching. Gahagan used Florida Gulf Coast University school of education's Teacher Immersion Program, which is specifically designed for people wanting to change careers. FGCU's program is grant-funded and is totally free to in-state residents who will commit to work in area schools after they graduate. Lexey Swall/Staff

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Neil Gahagan, left, acts out a scene from the reading his fourth graders are doing in their class at Gateway Elementary School last week in Fort Myers. Gahagan was a successful businessman before deciding to make a career change in to teaching. Gahagan used Florida Gulf Coast University school of education's Teacher Immersion Program, which is specifically designed for people wanting to change careers. FGCU's program is grant-funded and is totally free to in-state residents who will commit to work in area schools after they graduate. Lexey Swall/Staff

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