HARRISBURG (AP) – Non-U.S. citizens would be able to teach in PA classrooms under a measure passed by the state House. House Bill 1067 now goes on to the state Senate, which is considering own version of the measure. The legislation would allow teachers with a valid immigrant visa, work visa or employment authorization documentation to be eligible for certification to teach in PA schools. Sponsors for the bill say it will help offset the decline in teachers — with less new teachers certifying and higher teacher attrition in the state.