The Wolf administration released a 20-page educator workforce strategy, outlining its plans to recruit and retain educators while building a more diverse workforce by 2025.
Pennsylvania is producing less than half as many teachers as it was a decade ago.
From pandemic-induced burnout and learning challenges, to rising charter school tuition payments, a new report breaks down the challenges facing Pennsylvania public schools.
How two teachers built relationships with their students and adapted their curriculums to meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
“I think teachers are tired of not being heard or consulted,” said Whitney Sandoval, a Kansas-based certified orientation and mobility specialist who teaches children with visual impairments.
“Having Dr. Biden in the White House could mean the world to public education in this country, including community colleges."
School closures have impacted at least 124,000 public and private schools in the U.S., affecting more than 55 million students.
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