Kansas substitute teacher shortage made worse by pandemic
Schools across Kansas, and in much of the U.S., can’t find enough substitute teachers in the midst of the lingering COVID-19 pandemic.
There were already chronic staffing shortages pre-pandemic, as teachers are leaving the profession and fewer young people are filling the gaps.
Suzanne Perez of Kansas News Service reports.
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