Need For Substitute Teachers Increases Mid-Pandemic | NewsNOW from FOX

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Published on 12 Jan 2021, 22:09
Substitute teachers may have a more permanent role as COVID-19 cases continue to rise. As more staff members are becoming sick and protesting in-school learning, the need for subs is higher than ever. To quickly hire subs, several states are temporarily relaxing their qualification requirements, including Iowa and Missouri. Rhode Island launched a new training program, Michigan districts are using billboards to attract new subs, and in Connecticut substitutes no longer need a bachelor’s degree.

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