VIDEO: Lancaster school institutes new program to fight teaching crisis

By Graham Harrington

March 6, 2024

Pennsylvania is in the midst of a teacher shortage crisis. With more teachers leaving the profession than ever before, and not as many newly certified teachers coming in, something has to be done to address the issue.

One school in Lancaster is doing just that.

JP McCaskey High School has instituted a new, national program called Educators Rising in an effort to get students excited about the profession again, train them properly, and get them to stay in the state.

 

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Pennsylvania is in the midst of a teacher shortage crisis. With more teachers leaving the profession than ever before, and not as many newly certified teachers coming in, something has to be done to address the issue. One school in Lancaster is doing just that. JP McCaskey High School has instituted a new, national program called Educators Rising in an effort to get students excited about the profession again, train them properly, and get them to stay in the state. Watch the video to learn more about the program. ✏️ 🎥 : @ashleybadams1029 #Pennsylvania #Education #EducationNews #NewsUpdate #SchoolNews #EducationReform #Supportteachers #Teachershortage #Payteachers #Pennsylvanian #NewsUpdates #PAPolitics

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  • Graham Harrington

    Graham Harrington is The Keystone's social media manager. As a multimedia journalist, he has written for the Denisonian, PAC News, and Today’s Patient. Graham lives in Delaware County and is a graduate of Denison University in Granville, Ohio.

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